Articles on any topic from an explicitly Christian point of view.
The 15-year-old founder of All For Him is to tour with RESET Movement this Fall.
One woman's struggle to stay alive after becoming deadly ill.
All proceeds from Baby Come Home and future books will assist children who would otherwise have little hope of a desirable future.
Love, in reflection of God's own love toward humanity, is the ultimate solution
An inspirational story based on Lauren miller's battle with breast cancer.
For grandparents to remind the children in their lives that they are loved, treasured, and prayed for.
Shirley Kufeldt’s Bible Bites booklets, small pocket-sized monthly journals that include current prayer requests, are focused daily Scripture for journaling and reflection.
Can the book of Genesis and science actually agree on the timeline for the origins of the universe and the appearance of life?
Some personal research on similarities between Christian and Jewish praise and worship.
A great resource for people of all ages who are seeking to improve their relationships with God.
Have you ever known the Love of God? Is it possible? Is it real?
You can live the gospel's message and be on fire for the Word of God after reading Stetzer's book.
Matthews uses a direct, punch-ya-in-the-face approach that gives Fake Christianity a raw passion that breaks through to reality.
From hard facts to real emotion, this film captures every angle of the sex trafficking situation with an intriguing and gripping perspective.
Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan becomes the first Cardinal to deliver a Commencement Address at Manhattan College, Riverdale, New York.
As an inspirational Christian book, The Vow is much more grounded in faith than the movie .
An emptiness that could only be filled with the true Source of life.
You can look at stories throughout the Bible and see hurt being healed when God was the center.
Directed by Andrew and Jon Erwin, October Baby is a Christian-based film with a Hollywood-quality that captures the hearts of audience members everywhere.
Some take life to seriously, others not seriously enough. In Blue Like Jazz, Donald Miller shares his personal journey of sifting through religion, love, and Jesus.