We so often say that we like to travel through books, but what we love about foreign settings is the ability to live through books.
Whether you have a child who is dealing with grief for the first time—or whether you’re like me and are still processing childhood grief—the reality of death never goes away, nor does it become easier to accept.
Viewed through a scriptural lens, our prayers (or lack thereof) might be just as culpable for the troubled state of our nation as the actions and decisions of our leaders—if not more so.
Whether you’ve been married for days or decades, these devotions from the newly released Love Notes for Couples will help strengthen and encourage your marriage.
The weather is warmer, the days are longer, and school is out.
While there is a lot of conflicting health information about food, there is also a lot of agreement. If you follow these eleven rules, your brain health/mental health will start to improve within days.
By Dr. Daniel G.
Whether or not restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic allow your graduates to attend commencement and graduation parties at a later date, you can still help them feel celebrated, honored, and loved.
The votes are in, and we have a winner for this year’s Literary Lover’s Madness: The Masterpiece by Francine Rivers!
About The Masterpiece:
A successful LA artist, Roman Velasco appears to have eve
For some decades now, as evidenced in my writing, I’ve believed that American Christianity has been less and less interested in God and more and more in doing good things for God.