Autism and your church can co-exist. Your church can become a place where families with autistic kids feel included and loved.
You must be about the business of building a pro-life foundation in your church. Pro-Life 101 for Pastors is essential to accomplish this meaningful mandate.
There is one hope that will not disappoint us, and this is the hope of our final redemption through Jesus Christ.
It is easy during this time of year to get lost in the habits of the season. As much as we might love the decorations, the songs, and the services, they can become rote. And when a practice becomes rote it begins to lose its meaning.
As pastors, we must be educated on the dangers of porn to equip those we lead for health and resilience in their marriages.
Maybe people, and possibly even adoptive families themselves, might wonder if their efforts are a waste. We must make sure they know that Jesus, who cares for vulnerable children, sees what they are doing as admirable.
Here are three “small things” I’d like to share with you. Even if things are going great in your ministry marriage. But especially if you know things could be better.
Jenn and Josh Hook, joined by Mike Berry, offer advice to help foster and adoptive families find training and support. And, they describe how anyone can help care for hurting kids.
Missionaries Andrew Brunson and his wife, Norine, describe their new level of trust in Christ after being falsely accused of terrorism and arrested by Turkish officials in 2016. (Part 2 of 2)
When your son or daughter faces something challenging, one of the greatest blessings you can give him or her is reassurance. Danny shares with John about the different ways he’s learned to encourage and connect with his son and his daughter. Featuring Matt and Lisa Jacobson.