Biblical Marriage: A Look at Love, Respect, and Submission

By Jessica Miller Kelley
When I heard that Rachel Held Evans was calling her husband "master" for a week during her "Year of Biblical Womanhood," my first thought (forgive my gutter-mind) was "I bet they… read more

Social Media and Ministry (or: So Now You’re into Witchcraft?!?)

By Myca Alford
My work in digital marketing for a Christian publishing house tends to spill over to my friends, relatives, and neighbors through various social media platforms. So while I'm not… read more

6 Ways You Can Prepare for Election Day

By Josh Tinley
Over the next week, all Christians who are registered to vote in the United States would do well to keep in mind this nugget of wisdom from John Wesley that has been making the… read more

40 Days of Love

By Betsy Newton
With February comes hearts, flowers, and chocolate candies galore—a time for couples to celebrate their romance, and for everyone else to roll their eyes and try to resist… read more

Do Vampires Exist?

By Shane Raynor
Warning: Some may find this post unsettling. Of all the topics I've written about for Supernatural October, this is the one that almost didn't happen. Most people think vampires… read more

Learning to Tell Bible Stories

By Michael Williams
A Self-Directed Workshop 1. Read the story aloud at least twice. You may choose to read the translation included here or the one you are accustomed to reading. I recommend that… read more

Healing Through Art

By Juanita Campbell Rasmus
It has been said that most of us cease being actively engaged in any type of creative expression on a regular basis once we leave elementary school. What an incredible loss to our … read more

Review: Hoping for More

By Logan Robertson
Dr. Deanna A. Thompson, Professor at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, begins her new book, Hoping for More: Having Cancer, Talking Faith, and Accepting Grace, with a… read more

Curses and Blessings

By Shane Raynor
Earlier this week, I wrote about the increasing popularity of witchcraft and how the desire for power is a reason some people begin experimenting with witchcraft and the occult… read more

Walk Through Bethlehem

By Sue Isbell
In the busyness of the holidays, take time to imagine what Bethlehem might have been like the night Jesus was born, as if you were a traveler on a special journey through this… read more

New Year's Visitors

By Jessica Miller Kelley
New Year's resolutions are a celebration of good intentions. Some we stick with, some we don't, but the goal is always to make changes that we know are good for us, even if they… read more

Teaching Kids to Use the Bible (in their own way)

By Joyce Brown
Everyone has the capacity to learn, but each of us learns in many different ways. As we grow, we develop preferred ways of learning that are the most comfortable and the most… read more
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