God Is Not Fair
Kelli B. TrujilloFebruary 3, 2016
Grace or Justice?
Which do we need first to reconcile with others?
Miroslav VolfApril 16, 2014
Hope for Parents of Troubled Teens
Think carefully about your family's relationship to the church
Connie RaeJune 19, 2013
What happened when I tried to drag a friend back to Jesus
by Ashley MooreMarch 27, 2012
When a Loved One Leaves the Faith
What do we do when those closest to us walk away from Jesus?
By Kelli B. TrujilloNovember 29, 2011
The Big Red Truck
Renae BottomOctober 19, 2010
Nancy KennedyOctober 19, 2010
Married, with Prodigals
Wayward children can push you apart. Norm Wright explains how to keep your marriage strong while helping your kids get back on track
Caryn D. RivadeneiraSeptember 30, 2008
Ruth Bell Graham
Tough and Tender Moments
Life hasn't always been easy for spunky Ruth Graham. Yet the wife of evangelist Billy Graham finds her life a constant adventure. Here's why.
Dale Hanson BourkeMay 1, 2007
A Woman of Influence
Why Elisa Morgan, CEO of MOPS International, is passionate about helping women see themselves as more than their roles.
Jane Johnson StruckJanuary 1, 2007
Our adult daughter is pregnant out of wedlock and has no plans to marry her boyfriend. What should we do?
By Christin DitchfieldNovember 1, 2006
Patricia Raybon, author of I Told the Mountain to Move, reveals what she learned the hard way about the power of prayer.
Lisa Ann CockrelSeptember 1, 2006
A Prodigal Daughter
My daughter, though she claims to be a Christian, is living with her boyfriend. What should I do?
by Frederica Mathewes-GreenJuly 1, 2003
Finding God Faithful
How surviving shyness, cancer, and a prodigal daughter helped Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir's director, Carol Cymbala, discover the truth about God
Ginger KolbabaNovember 1, 2001
Loving Your Prodigal
What can parents do when a child turns her back on her family and her faith? Author H. Norman Wright offers help.
Interview by Carla BarnhillJuly 1, 2000