Earning future trust by accurately reporting past facts (Ephesians 4:25)
Lions don’t lie. They clearly reveal their intentions with the positions of their ears, the postures of their tails, the shapes of their mouths, and the sounds of their roars. A lion’s roar is louder than that of any other large cat and can be heard up to 5 miles away.
Teaching sons and daughters how to stand alone
Commit to be a "one-woman man" or "one-man woman."
Recognize "umbrellas of protection...
Non-optional principles of life
Essential character qualities
The power of God's grace
God's rewards for Scriptural disciplines
Being poor in Spirit
Mourning over sin
Meekness of heart
Longing for righteousness
Purity of heart
The Principle of Responsibility
Gaining a clear conscience rather than balancing guilt and blame
Purposing to ask for...
Tom Harmon challenges young people to remember their Creator in the days of their youth, to realize the far-reaching consequences of every...
David Gibbs Jr.
In high school, in all four years of college, and again in law school, David Gibbs was on the winning side of the debate competition at the...
"The lie" in our vocation: to make a name for ourselves
"The lie" in our education: turning the hearts of children to their peers
So what is evolution: fact, fiction, or religious belief? Ray Comfort presents a hard-hitting case for the fact that it is, necessarily, a...
Dr. Jobe Martin
The theory of evolution doesn't stand on it's own! It was created--yes created--for a reason, surviving only to form the missing link...