Faith

Study: Losing faith is often part of college process

Study: Losing faith is often part of college process

A new study published in Christian Higher Education shows it is common even for students attending evangelical colleges and universities to struggle with their faith.
Ways to grow in self-control

Ways to grow in self-control

I believe that self-control is the root of all other spiritual fruit. Without it, you can't harvest any of the others. Perhaps that is why it's mentioned last in the list of spiritual fruit shown in Galatians 5:22-23.
Tough love for a ‘progressive’ teen

Tough love for a ‘progressive’ teen

The problem with adapting to the times, Stacia, is that society is devolving before our very eyes. Like society, you, too, are changing and constantly evolving. God doesn't.
The lesson I learned about giving

The lesson I learned about giving

I wanted to tell her MY story and explain MY rationale, not so God would get the praise and thanks, but rather that it would come to ME.
Not a typical birthday greeting

Not a typical birthday greeting

As people get older, how many of them begin to lose hope? Birthdays are often painful reminders of how life didn’t turn out the way they had hoped.
Do you need to turn your life upside down?

Do you need to turn your life upside down?

It’s not that we’re bad people. As Christians, we just have bad tendencies. When we ask Jesus to come into our lives to serve as Lord and savior, then he’s going to take us at our word that we want to become like him.
Should Christians involve themselves in online debates?

Should Christians involve themselves in online debates?

People are looking for answers. Seeking God’s plan and his answers are far more likely to yield much better results that any online debate with acquaintances and strangers ever will.
With a mission to complete, you are immortal

With a mission to complete, you are immortal

In the movie Do You Believe (2015), J.D., a character played by Lee Majors, tells his worrisome wife, “Until the good Lord decides it’s time for me to go, there’s nothing going to kill me. When he decides it is time, there’s nothing that’s going to keep me. Not much point to worrying about it either way.”
As death approached, my uncle had no regrets

As death approached, my uncle had no regrets

Dick was a man of faith. Although he didn’t talk about it all the time, it was clear to me where he stood. He had been a lifelong Christian who rarely preached the Gospel, but demonstrated it frequently in his interaction with others.
Why did my spirit come alive?

Why did my spirit come alive?

It wasn’t a lecture of religious rules that finally got my attention, nor was it another reminder of my sinful nature. It was only after I listened to a message of hope that I heard the shout resonating into the grave I had dug for myself, “Greg, come out!”
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