Summer of Caring

By Lorie Newman
10 Easy Ways to Teach Kids the Joys of Caring for the Needy This Summer Purple popsicles and ice cold watermelon. Musical ice cream trucks and lemonade stands. Glowing fireflies… read more

Why Bullying Has Changed and What We Can Do About It

By Cedric Lundy
I'll be honest with you in saying that I'm a little perplexed by all the attention bullying gets these days. Let me establish for the record that bullying is wrong! But… read more

Plastic Donuts

By Jeff Anderson
Autumn Joy toddled across the room and stood at the edge of my laptop-centered view. I was in task mode, typing away in my living room recliner. With Shirley Temple curls bouncing … read more

God the Micromanager

By Shane Raynor
At the risk of starting a theological debate, I'd like to ask why so many of us seem to be buying into the philosophy of fatalism. Most people seem to say they don't believe that… read more

Achieving Christlike Balance

By Maegan Roper
"Love, then do what you please." St. Augustine I saw this quote a few weeks ago while browsing through a book entitled, "Experiencing the Depths of Jesus Christ" by Madame Guyon… read more

Children's Sermons: 6 Essentials

By Sarah McGiverin
Children's sermons must be really hard to do, because I have mostly only seen them done poorly – too often they exploit children and pander to the grown ups in the… read more

The Spirit and Sanctification

By James C. Howell
Come, Holy Spirit; Your holiness is beautiful to me.I want to be holy, but am embarrassingly unable to climbout of that awful hole my rebel lifestyle has dug.Create in me a clean… read more

The Other Side of Grief

By Julie Yarbrough
From time to time, those whose grief is much newer than mine ask leading, hopeful questions about life beyond my broken heart. There is often quiet urgency in their need for… read more

Growing Faithful Families

By Dave Stone
Those of us in ministry feel that we are on the right track in our teaching when men and women truly hunger and thirst for more of God's Word. Unfortunately, though, despite our… read more

Prescription Drug Abuse

By Jim Hawkins
A Story About Pain Wincing in pain was not how I envisioned the end of our vacation a few months ago. Walking as fast as I normally do brought tears to my eyes. Sitting in one… read more

Poverty in America

By Jeanne Torrence Finley
The Rich and the Rest of Us In a recent interview on the CBS show Face the Nation, PBS talk-show host Tavis Smiley and Princeton professor Cornel West, co-authors of the new book… read more

Prayer for Vacation Days

By Ministry Matters
There's a happy sort of feeling, God, That seems to come always When school is closed and summertime Brings back vacation days! I'm sure you know just what I mean— We're… read more
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