These stories are not just reminders of the past, but they are history as seen through one person’s eyes. They serve as encouragements to us that we might learn from them and walk in wisdom.
What are women in the church concerned with today? What are ways we can be praying for our sisters? How does context determine everyday struggles and the difficulty women see in the ministry?
A strong woman shouldn’t be a threat to our theology. But even more, she should not be judged and stereotyped.
In our day and time we need many more organizations and groups motivated by this very view of each life–inside and outside the womb
How might a brother consider his anger as a Christian vs. an “angry black man” (as the stereotype goes)? C’mon up to chop it up with Tony Carter.
What we are not discussing is how to prevent the many Cosbys in our homes, families, friendship networks, schools and churches from preying upon our daughters, sisters, and mothers. C’mon up and join the conversation.
Conceptually, parenting is easy. It’s executing effectual parenting that’s so hard. What does the Bible say about parenting? C’mon up and hear from a pastor and father of five.
Does your family worship feel like detention? How might it be more enjoyable? What is the importance of family worship? C’mon up and join the conversation.
Today, on the porch, the conversation is about moms. C’mon up and share a word about your mother if you’re so inclined.
C’mon up for the last part of our four-part series on marriage and dating. Sisters, today we’re sharing some encouragement for you specifically!
Is the Internet the most profitable way to look for a wife? Is the Internet the wisest way to find a match made in heaven? C’mon up for the third part of our marriage series!
Brothers, are you looking for a godly wife? Here are five practical tips to serve you to that end. C’mon up!