Spiritual Identity Theft
Never lose sight of who you really are.
Bianca Juarez OlthoffJanuary 21, 2015
Living a faith that can shoulder life’s questions
By Kelli B. TrujilloNovember 19, 2014
The Art of Loving Unlovable People
12 steps to help you deal with difficult people
Hillary McMullenMarch 20, 2014
My Midlife Crisis
Yippee, skippee, I just turned 50. Plus, 20somethings in quarterlife crisis mode: don't even think about stealing my thunder
Marian V. LiautaudSeptember 25, 2013
In this life we will have trouble, but Christ has overcome the world
August 14, 2013
Learning to Grieve—Together
What the church can learn from Jewish mourning traditions
Angie Mabry-NautaMay 23, 2013
Not the Life I Signed Up For
Learning to accept the unthinkable
Kathy PtaszekMay 15, 2013
How God used my mother's final years to show his love in action
Carolyn StonehockerMay 8, 2013
The Purpose of Loss
It seems such a painful reminder, but God has designed everything to make us remember that when we lose everything, he is still there.
Ginger KolbabaMarch 27, 2013
The Surprising Blessing of Inconvenience
How a slower pace of life has filled my spirit.
by Karen Singleton with JoHannah Reardon and Kelli B. Trujillo October 18, 2012
In the Midst of Enduring Hardships
I had a lot in common with Nik Wallenda, who walked across the Niagara Falls on a tightrope. But could I succeed and survive too?
Joyce K. EllisJuly 4, 2012
Hard vs. Bad: Which Marriage Is Yours?
Questions to discern when your marriage is normal . . . or not
Elisabeth KleinMay 16, 2012
The Story on Emotional Affairs
Is another relationship betraying your spouse?
Gary and Mona ShriverMarch 14, 2012
Sex After Kids
You might be a great parent but a lousy lover
Ted Cunningham and Gary SmalleyDecember 7, 2011
Hope and Help for an Unexpected Pregnancy
What to do when a surprise baby is coming
Leslie Leyland FieldsOctober 26, 2011