Now That You're a Grandparent

By Jean S. Pruett
Cindy, age 40, is a housewife, mother of three, and grandmother of one. Edward, age 75, is a retired piggyback operator and father of two grown daughters. Sherry, age 38, is a… read more

How Is it with Your Soul?

By Ben Kendrick
Following the enormous success of Stephenie Meyer's young adult novel series-turned blockbuster film franchise, The Twilight Saga, Hollywood quickly tapped the writer's 2008 novel … read more

Your Family and Time Management

By Bobbie Reed
"Mom, will your read to me now?" four-year-old Peter pleaded as he held up his favorite storybook. "OK," Sally responded, looking around the kitchen with mounting dismay. Unwashed … read more

Sharing Faith with Your Child

By James W. Moore
One day Sarah's mother took her to a public playground, and she immediately began to play with two other little girls. The girls were several years older than five-year-old Sarah, … read more

Bullies in the Church

By Todd Outcalt
Because my wife is a middle-school principal, I often hear stories about the school bullies. In fact, bullying has become a major point of conversation in the past decade, and… read more

In Divine Order

By Marjorie L. Kimbrough
In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. Proverbs 3:6 Whenever things work out for the best, my husband says, "It's in divine order." He means that… read more

Online Identity

By Jim Hawkins
A Moving Story It was a moving human-interest story: A college football star overcomes the adversities and grief from the deaths of his grandmother and his girlfriend, becomes a… read more

Worship for Kids: April 14, 2013

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Resurrection means new life. Today's texts include the stories of two people who received new chances at life from the resurrected Jesus; a psalm… read more

How Far Is Heaven?

By Ronnie McBrayer
Jesus never described the gospel as an escape hatch, whereby we can exchange his current world for a spiritual retreat far away. Never. Rather, his gospel was: "God's kingdom is… read more

Table Talk: A Community Approach to Bible Study

By Carl Frazier
Shortly after I arrived at First United Methodist Church in Cary, North Carolina, Alice Kunka, our Pastor of Christian Formation, came into my office. "We have a problem," she… read more

Who's a Hypocrite?

By Mike Poteet
This weekend, were you off to see the Wizard? The magical land of Oz and its colorful characters—created by author L. Frank Baum in 1900 and elevated to the status of… read more

Jesus Ate with Sinners!

By David Dorn
Jesus is more concerned with the rejects who knew they needed change in their lives than those who thought they had life all figured out. Jesus goes where He is needed. Do we have … read more
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