Welcome to our new site! Give us your feedback here.

Online Only

July 2003

Subscriber access only = Subscriber access only. Subscribe now.

Soul SurvivorSubscriber Access Only
Held hostage in a jungle for more than a year by Muslim terrorists, missionary Gracia Burnham lost her husband in a violent rescue attempt. Here's what Gracia learned during her captivity—and what she's still waiting to discover.
Family FeudsSubscriber Access Only
My relationship with my sister-in-law brought new meaning to the phrase ''for better or for worse.''
My Son's a Cyber-SpudSubscriber Access Only
How can I limit his time online?
A Brave New WorldviewSubscriber Access Only
How we can live confidently in uncertain times.
Beyond the BluesSubscriber Access Only
My post-delivery depression left me feeling ashamed and alone.
Mission AccomplishedSubscriber Access Only
I wanted to serve God in an exotic locale, but he had other cross-cultural encounters in mind.
It Took a VillageSubscriber Access Only
Few people groups have experienced the level of poverty and abuse felt by India's 300 million Dalits or "untouchables." But indigenous missionaries and evangelists are bringing them new hope.
Is Marriage Eternal?Subscriber Access Only
Will I still be married to my wife in heaven?
A Prodigal Daughter
A Prodigal DaughterSubscriber Access Only
My daughter, though she claims to be a Christian, is living with her boyfriend. What should I do?
Prayer PromisesSubscriber Access Only
How to make the words "I'll be praying for you" more than just a casual comment.

Top Story

August 29, 2015
Why Living Together Isn't a Test-Run for Marriage Why Living Together Isn't a Test-Run for Marriage
Research shows how cohabitation sabotages lifelong intimacy

Current Issue

August 19, 2015
August 19
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
RSS
Email

Shopping