In the waiting and anticipation of a newborn child, we see a picture of Christ and His work on the cross.
Should Christians vote? And should they be engaged in civic politics? Jeremy Howard tackles this question in his latest blog.
It seems like today, anything associated with the past can quickly become unpopular and disregarded. Is it okay to get rid of traditions or do we risk a greater loss?
We are broken and need a Savior, but in that brokenness, we can bring glory to God.
It is difficult to be thankful for hard times, but often in hindsight, that is when God does the most work in our lives.
Woman's leadership in the church can be a very controversial topic with much said and little discussed. There is a Biblical way to discuss and approach this topic in the church. Tina lays out examples from the Bible of woman's leadership.
“Grief confuses us by spinning us around to face backward, because memories are all we have left, but of course it isn’t the past we mourn when someone dies; it’s the future.” The quote above is from a book I started today called Lost & Found: A Memoir by