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June 27, 2018

Mutual Accountability in a Good Marriage

The best way of keeping a marriage healthy is to maintain a system of mutual accountability, with the context of love. Speaking personally, the secret of my beautiful relationship with ...

April 05, 2018

Hope for Families Living with Autism

When did you first become aware of autism? I became VERY aware of autism after my fourth son, Joshua was diagnosed with autism shortly before his 3rd birthday. Well, that is not entirely ...

March 23, 2018

God is Still in the Miracle Business Today

Author: Lee Strobel

Recently I was chatting with a former colleague from my days as an atheist and legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. "You were the last person I ever thought would give up journalism to go ...

March 09, 2018

God Makes Sense Even When He Doesnt Make Sense, Part 4

Several years ago, there was a Broadway theatrical performance called, "Your Arm's Too Short to Box with God." I didn't see it, but I agree with the premise behind the title. The human ...

January 03, 2018

Are you hoping or wishing?

Eugene Peterson, who translated The Message Bible, points out that what a lot of people call “hope” is really something different. It's wishing, not hoping: and wishing and hoping are no

November 02, 2017

Going Through Difficult Times? Don't Forget Who's With You

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

With the awful reality of a new and frightening type of terror attack being perpetrated in the streets of our country, my mind returns to the recent memory of a more peaceful day. On that ...

September 06, 2017

A Low Whisper

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton

One minute we experience a victorious spiritual breakthrough and are on top of the world. The next minute the raw realities of life assault the very core of our faith. As if that isn’t enou

August 23, 2017

Your Hand in His

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton

When my son Zach was small, he loved for me to hold his hand. Often it would simply be out of the sheer joy of having his dad close to him. He would wrap his little chubby hand around my ...