In the last days, the Bible warns of times of stress that can turn people cold as ice. Consider four points to help keep your love from growing cold.
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Straddling the Christian West and the Islamic Middle East, a resurgent Turkey has returned to the world stage. What’s next for this strategic nation?
Science has changed our lives in positive ways. But if we place our faith in science alone, we will find ourselves serving a man-made god of uncertainty and doubt.
Jesus Christ’s birth is often depicted in artwork, movies, storybooks and nativity scenes. But do these traditional images get the story right?
Memento Park in Hungary sparked poignant thoughts about how future museums might display our world.
American greatness has been an issue in the 2016 presidential election. But is America really great? And, if so, how did it really become great?
What lies ahead for the United States? The Bible predicts both a decline and then a magnificent rise for the people of the most powerful nation on earth today.
Our world and our lives can seem perpetually on the brink of disaster. How can we survive the constant bombardment of anxiety, fear and stress?
Commonplacing has been popular since the Middle Ages as a way to collect phrases and sayings. But what happens when we try to pick and choose our religious customs?
Society’s descent into vulgarity and harshness is a sign of troubles to come. What does this rudeness epidemic mean, and how does God want us to treat others?
In a world that can be complex and discouraging, it’s refreshing to find thoughtful, practical answers to the questions that affect you.
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