Dan Allender reminds listeners that in order for there to be healing from sexual abuse, the victim must acknowledge there's been a wounding. Admitting the truth is the first step to freedom.
The same faith that led Alvin York to be a pacifist also led him to become the most decorated soldier in World War I and a post-war philanthropist.
Michael and Hayley DiMarco talk about how the fruit of God's Spirit can powerfully transform a person's life, as well as a marriage.
Marriage wasn't going well for Michael and Hayley DiMarco. Then Hayley studied the fruit of the Spirit as promised in Galatians 5:22-23, and realized she wasn't tapping into the power available to her.
Here are some practical things you can do to guard your children.
Something has shifted in our culture the last few months as hidden sexual sins—especially in the workplace—are brought into the light. Why has this happened so suddenly?
In the wake of the current outcry against sexual mistreatment of women, what reception will the film Fifty Shades Freed receive?
My counseling experience leads me to conclude that evil is very much at work in the world, in our mind, and in our body.
Denny Burk and Heath Lambert explain that while some sin is external and comes from the outside, other sins are internal and stem from our own desires.
Events in Charlottesville remind us that ultimately the solution to racism comes when hearts are transformed.
Three truths to remember when incomprehensible tragedies occur.
How you can be involved in the aftermath of disasters like Irma and Harvey.
It's up to this generation of Christians to reverse course, and it starts at home.
Cynics are ‘prayer shaming’ Christians after shootings or disasters. But are there times when we use that phrase as little more than a platitude?
Heath Lambert and Denny Burk remind us that God wants all of our desires to conform to His will, including homosexual desires.
Heath Lambert and Denny Burk tackle some topics that have become increasingly confusing in our culture, even to believers-homosexual desire and identity.
Dennis Rainey talks about two of the most valuable gifts our parents are longing to receive from us: forgiveness and honor.
Dennis Rainey recalls a few stories people have shared about the transformation that took place when they stepped out in faith to honor their parents.
The Scriptures tell us to honor our father and mother, but why? Dennis Rainey tells why keeping the fifth commandment to honor our parents is so important.
Josh McDowell talks about the harmful effects pornography is having on young men and women, and encourages parents to point their children back to the biblical truth about love and sex.
Paul David Tripp tells us that our emotions are indicators of what has really captured our hearts.
Youth expert Jonathan McKee says that our media-saturated kids are hearing the culture's messages on gender identity. Jonathan encourages parents to interact with their kids and point them back to Jesus.
Wounds leave scars. Nicole Braddock Bromley talks about her ongoing healing from sexual abuse, which included forgiving her abuser.
Sexual abuse survivor Nicole Braddock Bromley recalls the moment when she told her mother about being sexually abused by her stepfather.
Nicole Braddock Bromley talks about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her stepfather over the course of 10 years.
Crawford Loritts lays out a different path for people searching for answers on today's gender issues.
According to pastor Crawford Loritts, your gender essence is divinely defined, and that definition is not subject to adjustments based on whim, pop culture, or even your most deeply felt desires.
Randy Stinson talks about the importance of a father casting a vision for his family, and then leading them in practical ways to get them to their goals.
Randy Stinson tells how his sports-loving family opted out of baseball for 18 months in order to give his kids a big vision of the world.
Looking for signs that something is amiss … and helping your child heal.