With Mother’s Day behind us, Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you’re a planner, you may already be thinking ahead about what you want to get the men in your life.
“Jesus’ love compels us to do the unthinkable, awkward parts of initiating friendship — ‘And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and wa
It’s that time of year again—graduation season! If you’re looking for thoughtful gift ideas beyond the customary cash gift, may we suggest an inspiring read? These books will help equip and encourage graduates to
“Hey! What are you doing?” he asks while orbiting the Earth.
By Stacey Morgan, excerpted from the book The Astronaut’s Wife
We have four children—two teenagers and two tweens.
Gift-filled baskets are a fun way to celebrate Easter, but how can you do so without taking away from the true meaning of this holiday? We’ve pulled together a list of ideas on how to create a Christ-centered Easter b
“This is not our land. None of us own this country, this town, this neighborhood. We are not the hosts. We are merely guests; the whole earth is God’s. We live on God’s land by God’s invitation.
“A bit of imagination and a generous splash of humor goes a long way!”
Author Candace Calvert is known for her heart-pounding medical romance novels.
If you find yourself feeling lonely this Valentine’s Day, don’t beat yourself up. The truth is, we are made for relationship, for companionship, for intimacy.
“If you want to be healthy—really healthy, apart from some pseudo standard of body reflection—you need to find your why and ensure that it is healthy, realistic, appropriate, and personally meaningful.