The temptation to replace live church with online settles for a lesser-than version of God’s intention for the local body to gather.
In addition to the history, it is important for parents to remind their children that freedom comes from God and is the natural state of mankind. When freedom is taken—as in the case of slavery—or when it is hindered—as in the case of segregation—people of honor and courage must rise up and fight against injustice.
You and your spouse weren’t meant to do life alone. Having other couples around you is key to a healthy relationship. John and Greg discuss how their marriages have been helped by having friends and share where you can go to find community. Featuring Tim and Noreen Muehlhoff.
At a time when marriage, parenting, and family structures are being redefined and reinvented, what about the kids? Do children have rights, and how are they being threatened when adult happiness is all that seems to matter? In a crucial conversation for a culture undergoing so much change, Katy Faust and John Stonestreet will discuss …
Senator James Lankford addresses key concerns of many parents as well as a new school choice resolution he’s introduced – SR 493. In addition, he examines the meaning of critical race theory and its origins, other harmful ideologies, and controversial mask mandates in schools.
Carey Casey shares an inspiring message about racial unity and Christian love, and discusses the legacy passed on to him by his father and grandfather.
Twin brothers David and Jason Benham share inspiring stories of how they’ve stood for Biblical values publicly as entrepreneurs. They offer advice to help Christians share their faith in everyday life with courage and compassion.
Moms have the same fundamental desire: safety and the best for their kids. But women with disabilities and those in poverty lack the same opportunities.
Check in regularly with your neighbors to make sure they are doing well and see if they need any assistance. Be a willing listener to their stories; sometimes they might not have anyone else to talk to.
Even when school is out, your student can still shine Christ’s light for those at their school. Here are a few practical ways students can share God’s love with their school while at home.