To answer the question: Why does God allow suffering?, you and your children will need some logic, communication, and patience, as well as an understanding of God’s wisdom and the Bible.
While the problem of evil appears complicated, it’s certainly not a theological showstopper. Using Scripture mixed with a healthy dose of logic, you can adequately address your children’s concerns about why does God allow evil?
Donating to your local pregnancy resource center or Focus on the Family’s Option Ultrasound Program are excellent options, but is there more?
Why would a Christian choose the abortion clinic over the church? Many women believe church members are more likely to gossip about a woman considering an abortion than to help her understand her options.
A couple that loves well will often extend that love to their children, their neighbors and the passersby with whom they share their world. As iron sharpens iron, these loving couples push each other to be better members of their community.
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.
Before we could set goals, routines, and fun activities for the weeks ahead, we needed to unpack the burdens of our hearts. We needed to remind each other that we are going to make it. My family is, and so is yours.
In his new book, The Unsaved Christian Pastor Dean Inserra challenges the notion of cultural Christianity and shows those in the local church how to identify and engage with various types of beliefs that have crept into the minds and hearts of those we interact with every day. This is also a guide for pastors to …
Hygge is self-edification, creating the feeling of comfort and security. But Christian hospitality focuses outward, creating a safe place for weary souls.
Coming Home: An Invitation to Join God’s Family IT WASN’T MEANT TO BE THIS WAYOur world is broken. We see evidence of this around us every day, in our communities, in the news headlines, and in our own hearts. As human beings, our natural inclination is toward selfishness. Sometimes it’s easy for us to point …