I Love Being Bitter
Bitterness can creep into our hearts subtly. Here are a few ways to deal with it.
Hannah Nitz, guest writerOctober 8, 2015
Learning to Say “I Was Wrong”
How to be honest with our faults
Dr. Juli SlatteryJuly 20, 2015
Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda
We don’t get do-overs, but God can redeem our regrets
By Michelle Van LoonSeptember 17, 2014
Can Guilt Be a Good Thing?
How discerning true guilt can move you forward in your faith
By Philip YanceySeptember 17, 2014
When You Are the Other Woman
The story of a redeemed adulteress
Rebecca HaltonAugust 6, 2014
When It Seems Impossible to Forgive
Sometimes loving from a distance is the best we can do
Dr. Juli SlatteryJune 20, 2014
Freedom in Forgiveness
Five truths about God’s grace
Kelli B. TrujilloJanuary 14, 2014
Liberty for All
Whether in the middle of the 1960s civil rights movement or now fighting for the rights of the unborn and the elderly, Dr. Alveda King wants everyone to experience the true freedom that Christ died to give us.
Interview by Ginger KolbabaAugust 9, 2012
Prone to Wander
Why is going back to my first love so difficult sometimes?
by Ashley MooreAugust 16, 2011
Full of Grace and Sin
As we move closer to Christ, we discover how much more we really need him.
John R. ThroopMarch 1, 2010
The Price of Silence
Francine Rivers knew she had to come clean about her past, but would it destroy her marriage?
Diane EbleSeptember 12, 2008
The Upside of Envy
How to turn the "green-eyed monster" into a force for good.
Koren WetmoreMay 1, 2006
God's Talking to You!
Can you hear him?
Virelle KidderJanuary 1, 2003
We Had to Get Married
Facing reality after our shotgun wedding
Heather JamisonJanuary 1, 2001
Running Yourself Ragged?
Here are five good reasons to get your schedule under control.
Jeanne Zornes March 1, 1997