When his parents died, Matt dropped out of school and became a dishwasher. He was only twelve when a Baltimore ship captain took him on as a cabin boy. That skipper was the closest thing Matt ever had to a father.
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.
Our desires and emotions can quickly cloud our objectivity.
What better way to share joy with your children and grandchildren than empowering them to make something they’re proud of?
The Christmas season brings with it moments of joy, hospitality, friendship, family, relaxation
When we choose to give, it is life-giving to us and those we are generous toward. It propels hope and connects humanity in a way that nothing else can.
Excerpted from Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot
To these men, Jesus Christ was God, and had actually taken upon Himself human form, in order that He might die, and, by His death, provide not only esc
“What would Jesus do?” is a slogan that saw peak popularity in the United States during the 1990s, when millions of kids were seen sporting “WWJD” bracelets, wristbands, T-shirts, hats, and much more, year after
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.
by Josh D. McDowell and Sean McDowell, excerpt of More Than a Carpenter.
Many people want to regard Jesus not as God but as a good, moral man or as an exceptionally wise prophet who spoke many profound truths.