Millennials are not looking for perfect people…Jesus already handled that. Millennials are looking for people to be real and honest about struggles and temptations.
When you think of character, what definition springs to mind?
When Jessica was in junior kindergarten, she liked to wear her little girl jewelry to school--bracelets and necklaces.
by Dr. Ronald Hon I was shocked and amazed when I sat down and had a conversation with a friend. He knew personally someone whose...
Jesus taught us how to teach responsibility. We can and must do so, for the good of the nation, for the good of the family, for the good of the church and, most importantly, for the good of our children.
Multitudes of parents and teachers have observed a bright child academically excel in school and spiritually in his faith for several years and then become mediocre and apathetic in junior and senior high school. More alarming is the weakening of spiritual desire in this same child at about the same stage of life.
By Dr. Jack Hyles: "To Titus, mine own son after the common faith: Grace, mercy, and peace, from God the Father and the Lord...
What does it mean to be soul-conscious? Talk to anyone any time or, better still, talk to everyone every time. Realize that everybody has a soul. The drugstore clerk, the barber, the shoeshine boy, the beautician, the grocery clerk, the milkman, bread man, service station attendant needs the Lord and we should witness to them.
Let me explain. Often I’ve gone out to win souls and asked, “Are you a Christian?” If he said, “Yes, I am,” I would let it go at that.