What do you say to someone who believes abortion is their only option or struggles with the weight of guilt from having had one? Bob Lepine addresses the struggles people face on this issue and shares the hope of a Savior who loves them.
New Year's resolution: Read through the Bible in a year. Dennis Rainey, Bob Lepine, Jen Wilkin, Barbara Rainey, and Don Whitney offer some coaching on effective ways to dig into God's word.
Her daughter Sophie couldn't survive outside the womb. Lindsay R. Dennis had months to prepare for the grief. So she and her husband celebrated Sophie's short life while they could. But they couldn't prepare for going through it all ... again.
"My life is over." That's what Herman Mendoza thought as he raised his arms in surrender. The police had his house surrounded. A once powerful drug lord, Herman now faced life in prison. And that's exactly what he would find there.
After she was date-raped and had an abortion, Molly S. White was pregnant with triplets. But wanting to give birth, the result was death. It was in the midst of sin and struggle that Molly found new life and new hope.
These days, many people feel it wouldn't be safe to go outside without a mask on. And yet others, need to arm their security system at night in order to sleep. According to Barbara Rainey there's one place we might not be securing, and it's probably doing more harm than good.
LaMorris and Megan Crawford came from two different worlds. He was from the South Side of Chicago, she was from rural Indiana. When Megan met LaMorris at a Christian college, she fell in love. Her parents did not. The problem? He was black.
Dale Kreienkamp talks about the variety of emotions a person feels after being laid off. He reminds those who are unemployed that it's going to be okay, but it will be hard, with emotional highs and lows. Ultimately, you'll see God's hand of provision in your life.
Dr. Mark D. McDonough was burned alive, lost his brother and mother, was awake during surgery, and watched his sons' friend die from gunshot wounds, among other tragedies in his life. And yet he trusts God. How?
Dr. John M. Perkins, a leader in the civil rights movement, was tortured by white police officers while he was in jail in 1970. Instead of returning evil with evil, God gave him a desire to preach a gospel that could save blacks and whites together.
How can Jennifer Greenberg, a trained opera singer, still sing and find joy despite growing up with a father who was abusive? Hear the source of Jennifer's defiant belief in a God who never leaves nor forsakes you.