Do you know what your spouse’s spiritual gifts are? When was the last time you two talked about your spiritual gifts?
“Where have you seen God at work lately?” That is the opening question Brad asks men every week at the Thursday morning Bible study he leads.
What do these words have in common: portfolio, friends, title, power, possessions, celebrities, armies, weapons, the judicial system, and politics?
He was laid off from his job. The day had started normally. He went in to meet with his boss for their weekly meeting…
Have you ever done something you deeply regretted? It may be only known to you or a few others. It may have little or no effect on people around you.
The movie, “War Room,” has been capturing the hearts of millions of people with the message of hope through the power of prayer.
In the history of the couples with whom we’ve worked, and in our own marriage, the health and vitality of the marital relationship rises and falls on how central this one perspective is in a couple’s marriage.
In over 33 years of marriage and almost as many years in full-time ministry, we have learned a few things about temptation and sin.
The symbol of the cross is found on buildings, in artwork, jewelry and gestures around the world. It is both respected and reviled. In the middle east, Isis is actively tearing down every semblance of the cross.
Years ago we knew a retired pastor who would often suggest, “Let’s just stop and have a breath of prayer.” Something about that phrase made prayer approachable, simple, and unencumbered.