Is God Judging America Through Its Leaders? Michael Sherrard

Michael Sherrard shares his powerful insights into worldview, Christians, and politics. Here are his valuable insights:  IS JUDGEMENT UPON US? I've heard it said that God judges a nation by giving them the leadership they deserve. Is that what is happening to America? Is God judging America, ...more

Seven Tips for Parents of Teenagers in a Technology-Crazed World Brandon Cox

Technology is a way of life for us. Social media is here to stay. It’s not a trend. It’s not a fad. It’s part of the atmosphere we breathe in, like oxygen. Like it or not, social media is here. You and I who are parents of teens and preteens grew up in a very different world. I remember the first ...more

Revelation: A Jet Tour John MacArthur

No book in Scripture reveals the glory of God and Christ in more detail and splendor than the book of Revelation. At the same time, no other book has been more misunderstood, misinterpreted, and neglected throughout the history of the church. The goal of this short volume is to take a brief but ...more

What Is the Mark of the Beast? Eli Lyzorkin-Eyzenberg

In the Book of Revelation, we read a text that describes that with the arrival of the evil Beast – the enemy of God’s people, Christ-followers will be excluded from participation in local economy unless they agree to place upon their head and hand the mark of the Beast. (Rev. 13:16-18) To ...more

Ten Bible Blessings to Give Your Father Max Lucado

The Brazilians taught me the beauty of a blessing. Here is a scene repeated in Brazil thousands of times daily. It’s early morning. Time for young Marcos to leave for school. As he gathers his books and heads for the door, he pauses by his father’s chair. He searches his father’s face. Bencao, ...more

Riding the Crest of the Wave: Snares of Success Leonard Sweet

The moment of our greatest success and achievement, when we are riding the crest of the wave, is also the moment we are most likely to be subjected to the severest temptations, gnawed by our most debilitating insecurities, and seduced into believing the most grandiose visions of our own abilities.  ...more

Our Last Chat: Wise Words from My Dad Julie Barrier

I lost my father this year. This will be my first Father's Day without him. But God gave me the greatest gift/ I had a chance to interview him exactly one year ago and ask so many questions about life, God and love. Here is my article and our chat: "My Daddy is a survivor. Strokes, heart attacks, ...more

Focus on the Future New Earth Randy Alcorn

Without an eternal perspective, without understanding the reality that the best is yet to come, we assume that people who die young, who are handicapped, who aren’t healthy, who don’t get married, or who don’t _____ [fill in the blank] will inevitably miss out on the best life has to offer. But the ...more

Super-Heroes, Men and Church David Murrow

For decades churches have had difficulty engaging young men. Not only are guys under 30 underrepresented in worship services, they’re also largely absent from men’s events. The usual men’s ministry lineup of Bible studies, pancake breakfasts and annual retreats seem to hold little appeal. So ...more

Should Christians Be Climate Change Activists? Tom Terry

The secular concept of environmentalism and climate change activism is based upon the idea of nations exercising rights through occupation and proximity. If a people group occupies territory or is in proximity to territory, then it has a "right" to that territory and even possesses ownership. But ...more