Dr. Stanley as Dad: A Father’s Day Reflection on Pastor’s Kids, Prayer, and Parenting

Becky Stanley Brodersen, daughter of Pastor Charles Stanley, reflects on growing up as a pastor’s kid, lessons from her dad’s example, and his role as a grandfather to her children. Read more

Project 143 Hosts International Orphans Hoping to Find Families

Would you be willing to host an orphan from another country and then send him home? Could your heart handle it? Read more

5 Questions for Roy Costner: SC Valedictorian Who Defied School Ban on Prayer at Graduation Talks Free Speech and Future Plans

Roy Costner IV, valedictorian of South Carolina’s Liberty High School, defied his school district’s ban on prayer and inserted the Lord’s Prayer into his graduation address to much applause from the audience. I asked him about the details behind his decision, how he is handling critics, and his future plans. Read more

Vision, Creativity, and Courage: A Message to Mothers and Daughters

For Mother’s Day, Professor Dorothy Patterson shared insights on biblical womanhood from the lives of Jochebed and Miriam in Exodus 2. Read more

Why Siblings Are Worth Celebrating

April 10 was National Siblings Day. Here’s why we should celebrate this occasion and pray for countries where having multiple children is discouraged or even illegal. Read more

More Than Statistics: Our Encounter with Human Trafficking in India

We were shocked to learn that there are more slaves in the world today than at any time in history, and troubled by the information we heard about human trafficking. But we never expected a personal encounter in India to illustrate the grim reality of this massive problem. Read more

Hosanna in Hindustan: A Palm Sunday Reflection

I was astonished by the way Christians in India celebrate the Easter season. As we enter the Passion Week, how can we intentionally approach this significant time? Read more

With Jesus, Pope’s Seat is Never Vacant

What does the Pope’s vacant seat tell us about Christianity? Read more

Are Today’s Men Courageous? Tackling a Tough Issue Before the Big Game

Before tackling a bowl of chips in front of the widescreen this Sunday, thousands of men will be training for a challenge bigger than the Super Bowl—the challenge of courageous manhood. (more…) Read more

Christmas Help Needed: Toys for Kids in New Jersey

Here is how you can help bring joy to a child in need this Christmas! Read more

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