We would all do well to remember the One who first beheld earth’s grandeur.
It is a sad commentary on the human race when a society resorts to redefining what makes a human life a person in order to justify killing innocent human beings.
As I have grown in my faith, I have grown to love, want, and need to be in worship.
If we will do all can to insure our physical lives, should we not do the same for our spiritual lives?
As Christians, we all need to count our blessings and be thankful every day, and not just in November.
As a preacher’s wife, I see the discouragement preachers feel when they stand before the congregation and it’s mostly empty.
A lot of times, I see myself doing the right thing to make others happy instead of actually putting genuine effort into it.
Chasing the elusive mirage of happiness and contentment in something newer never succeeds.
What is the gospel? We often hear this word today, but many don’t really know what it means.
How do we keep sin out of our lives? How do we keep sin away? Here are five things we can do to keep sin out of our lives.