Photographer Robert Johnson travels the world snapping shots of God at work through missionaries. Along the way, God is teaching this journalist as much about his own life as those of others.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the story at the heart of the Bible, at the heart of the Gospel, and at the heart of what it means to be a Christian. Read about this miraculous event in the Gospel according to Matthew. Then, in the First Letter to the Corinthians, the Apostle Paul explains how the Christian faith rises or falls with the resurrection. These readings are from a Bible translation called "The Voice," published by Thomas Nelson. It's a modern language translation that presents scripture as story.
Inspired by God’s natural world and a desire to capture tender moments, a young Pennsylvania artist uses her talent to illustrate books for her parents’ publishing ministry … timeless stories that teach integrity, honesty, respect, obedience and other Christian character traits.
Going to church has gotten a bad wrap the last few years. Why? Because Satan has been vigorously assaulting God’s work in an effort to destroy it from the inside and out. But don’t give up on church. The church was left behind by the risen Jesus to represent Him in the world. So let’s get back to attending, improving and supporting our churches, and do what He said. When empowered by the Holy Spirit, the church can change our world, including the lives of those closest to us. Here are 101 reasons to be there next Sunday.
Ivy forms an almost inseparable union with any surface it attaches to, inspiring generations of artists to use it as a symbol for faithfulness and eternal life. This remarkable vine gives testament to the very nature and existence of God, the Master Creator of the Universe.
As God heals broken and diseased bodies, Christian doctors often find themselves acting as His junior partners. Life:Beautiful honors those in medicine who serve under the Great Physician.
You leave church one Sunday thinking about the Bible, which your pastor said is a guide in all of life. If that’s true, you wonder: Is my dress too revealing for a Christian woman? Can the Bible help me set limits for my teenage daughter? What about my sister who is having trouble with her out-of-control son? Does the Bible say anything about her approach to raising him?
Life can be hectic, challenging, hurried and sometimes overwhelming. There’s one certain path to peace: Prayer. It’s the vital heart of your relationship with God. You need to talk to God and He wants to listen and answer. Find a quiet refuge and spend time opening your heart to God. In prayer, you will be standing at the King’s throne to praise, worship and petition. Four women writers offer insights into prayer. Why should you pray? How can you get started? How do you develop a deeper prayer life?
In a world where people are pampered with products designed to please the smallest wish is there a place for an uncompromised church that serves only Jesus? I wonder.
Each year our family—babies to grown ups—gather around the tree while my husband, Terry, reads the Christmas story. Add this reading to your Christmas morning and give the best gift of all.
Most of us are like one or the other of two sisters—Martha and Mary. Martha thought the way to fulfillment was serving a perfect Julia Child meal in a spotless house decorated by a trendy designer. Mary just wanted to make her guests feel welcome, as if they were part of the family. If Martha plays her cards right, she may gain the whole world and a reality TV show. All Mary wants to do is live well, love well and be loved by her Lord. Who are you?
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