Resources on Christian Living

I grew up loving Robin Williams. My favorite performance was his work portraying the magical genie in Aladdin. Surely Williams is one of the finest actors ever to appear on the silver screen. He moved millions to the extremes of... Continue...

Robert Gittelson was one of those rare men most of us only meet a few times in our entire lives. I first met Robert in 2010, shortly after he co-founded the group Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. He was sitting... Continue...

One out of every five Americans has some disability. Seven percent of Americans have mental limitations or illnesses that interfere with their daily functioning. Only 16 percent of people with a severe disability such as deafness, legal blindness, intellectual disability, autism,... Continue...

Editor’s Note: Today, we have the privilege of hearing from three busy wives and moms–with other ministries and responsibilities outside of their homes–who have banded together to answer the oft-asked question, “How do you do it all?” Megan Hill: Are we... Continue...

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Life contains more surprises and twists than most teens could ever imagine. These unforeseen, often difficult, events routinely lead to doubt, worry, and anxiety. Crash Course, a 100-day devotional for teens, encourages teens to form a solid foundation of faith... Continue...

Submission. It's a word loaded with a powder keg of emotions. We live in a culture more accustomed to questioning authority than submitting to it. Those in leadership are often viewed with mistrust rather than respect. Many have felt the sting... Continue...

In 1612, the proto-Baptist Thomas Helwys published a book entitled A Short Declaration of the Mystery of Iniquity. In an original edition of the work preserved in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, there is a handwritten note on the... Continue...

The fifth commandment is about the flow of human relationships, and the home is the key to all relationships. God is commanding us to honor those in authority over us and to require the children in our lives to respect... Continue...

Narcissus is a character in Greek mythology who, upon seeing the beauty of his reflection in the water, falls in love with it. He devotes the rest of his life to his own reflection. From this we get our term... Continue...

A few years ago I stood at the grave of Thomas Jefferson, and wondered. I was in Charlottesville to speak at the University Mr. Jefferson founded, and made my way up to his homeplace Monticello. Standing at his grave, I was... Continue...