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Eric Metaxas: Communion on the Moon: July 20th, 1969

Buzz Aldrin walks on the moon in 1969 (photo credit: NASA) Editor's note: The following article was reprinted with permission from www.ericmetaxas.com. By Eric Metaxas Fifty years...

Joe Pellegrino: “Are Your Priorities in Order?”

By Joe Pellegrino “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” Luke 12:34 Have you ever thought about the power in priorities? In...

Juan Galloway: Living “Outside the Box” by Getting Inside The Box

By Juan Galloway I awoke up at 1:30 a.m. in a parking lot. The pouring rain was starting to drench my sleeping bag as I...

The Power of a Present Father

Editor’s note: The following article is an excerpt from Father’s Say: Give the Gift of Blessing to Your Children, written by Joe Battaglia and...

Can Christians Suffer from Depression?

photo credit: pixabay.com By Dr. Lisa Steiner When I initially accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior, I did not believe that a Christian could suffer...

Provoked to ACT! – Learning to Love People Relentlessly and Do Beautiful Works

By Juan Galloway For the past two years I have been writing a book entitled, PROVOKED, How to Love People Relentlessly and Do Beautiful Works...

A North Jersey Family Psychotherapist Discusses “Marijuana and the Screw-Its”

By John Reilly, LCSW, PsyA With legalization of marijuana trending, there is a growing perception that marijuana is harmless and no different than alcohol. Parents...

The First Amendment and the Cost of Following Jesus

Photo: After seeing this illegally-placed poster in New York City, Corrine Williams (@CanesIllinigal) shared this image on twitter with the caption, "I’m a Christian...

The Agony of Betrayal: An Easter Message by Will Graham

Image: Judas receiving thirty pieces of silver for betraying Jesus, by Mattia Preti, c. 1640. By Will Graham As we consider Christ’s death and resurrection – His perfect sacrifice...

Beyond Bunnies and Pastels:  The Real Story of Easter

By Lloyd Pulley Bunnies. Candied eggs. Baskets. Pastels. As I stood in a store one January, I almost couldn’t believe my eyes.  Could Easter paraphernalia actually...