how do we know the bible is true? By: Robert Velarde The best-selling book in history remains one of the most controversial. Revered by Christians as God’s holy Word, the Bible spans centuries of history, contains a variety of literary styles and culminates in the person of Jesus Christ. But how do we know the …
Why traditional Christians believe as they do regarding gender, sexuality, marriage, and the family.
It’s all too easy to feel as if the needs of the world are too many for any one of us to make a difference, but Charles Mully didn’t let that stop him from taking action to save lives.
It has been well-established for decades that there exists a dramatic connection between thriving, intact families and financial well-being for women and children. Here is a summary overview of the major academic contributions to this field of inquiry over the last few decades and their various findings.
A heartwarming video about a beautiful couple and their engagement story.
This Christmas, the story of Jesus’ flight to Egypt (as recorded in Matthew 2), bears new insight when viewed through the lens of our hurting region Jesus began his life in a situation similar to what Iraqi and Syrian children refugees are experiencing today. Having escaped death towards an unknown future, Jesus, Joseph, and Mary …
Sami Yacoub, regional director of Focus on the Family Middle East, shares his experience working with displaced families and refugees in the Middle East and three ways you can help.
As we near Christmas, Sami Yacoub shares an update from the work he is doing in helping refugees and those displaced by the situation caused by ISIS.
What’s a worldview? Tracy Munsil explores this question.
From the simple to the complex, we misinterpret reality more often that we’d like to admit. Sometimes the stakes are small, but when it comes to worldview questions the stakes are high and faulty beliefs can cost us dearly. That’s why living in reality—the topic of this article—is so important.