Posts Tagged ‘Children’
With 48 percent of first births now outside of marriage, “today’s unmarried twentysomething moms are the new teen mothers,” says the report, released today by the National Marriage Project, the Relate Institute and the National...
Eleven-year-old Gracia sits in a chair that is two sizes too big for her, dangling her skinny legs and speaking with poise and wisdom about a life that has not been easy.
As we read and study John Chapters 13,14, we see Jesus Christ and His men around the Table partaking of the Passover meal and once the traitor Judas leaves, Jesus speaks about being glorified and loving one another as I have lo...
In John Chapter 13, we are in the Upper Room, where Jesus Christ is celebrating the Passover just hours before he is to be crucified. Jesus Christ and His men are around that table. Jesus has made it clear that one of these ...
Open Doors, an international Christian ministry which serves persecuted believers, is mobilizing Christians around the world to participate in a day of prayer Sunday for North Korea.
On Saturday an international coalition of one million Christians around the world will pray for children aged 4 to 14 during Global 4/14 Day.
On that fresh spring day, I was anxious to get out of my white suit and clip-on tie. But with the house abuzz with family and friends, the day’s importance was beginning to dawn on me.
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When the Rev. John McCausland crafted his Christmas Eve sermon at his Episcopal church in Weare, N.H., he always followed a basic formula. There had to be a brother and a sister in the story. Jesus and the holy family played a ...
Little Nuria and her sisters love singing songs about Jesus. But when people Nuria doesn’t know ask her if she’s a Christian, she doesn’t know what to answer; instead, she looks questioningly at her mother or father. She is 6 y...
Don’t discount Billy Graham just because he is now 92 years old. If anything, the man who has counseled sitting presidents for some 50 years, starting from Truman up to Obama (who visited Graham in his home), still has a lot to...