Jerry Nance of Global Teen Challenge discusses how God offers hope to individuals and families suffering from addiction.
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Holidays spent with family can be wonderful, but they can also be a lot to handle. This week, John Bailey and Mark Renfroe talk about how they keep things positive and Christ-centered when family tensions make the holidays feel less than festive.
This week, John Bailey and Mark Renfroe talk about about what it looks like to share the gospel well.
While our partners were addressing a community’s need for water, God brought other needs to their attention too.
In Macedonia’s capital city, Skopje, many public squares and parks are marked by beautiful sculptures of mothers, fathers, daughters and sons. Two of my favorites are purportedly Aleksandar and his father.
In part three of this series, trauma therapist Adam Young explains the impact of trauma, attunement, and attachment on our relationships.
World Challenge’s partners in Kenya are helping abandoned kids create a better future.
Joshua was very young, probably not yet a teenager, when he was abandoned to live on the streets of Kenya’s capital city. Sadly, that’s not uncommon. It’s estimated that there are as many as 300,000 kids living on the streets in Nairobi and other big cities across the country. Those kids lead difficult lives. Consistent meals are hard to come by, and fights and violence are very common.
This week, Keith Holloway looks at what the Bible has to say on parenting and lays out ten principles for Christian fathers.
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; a time for war and a time for peace” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, ESV).
Blessed is everyone who fears the Lord, who walks in his ways!
As a child, my daughter Elisabeth, once asked us for a hamster as a birthday present. So we gave it to her, and she named it Bidule. She petted him, spoke to him, and was just in love with him.
One morning, while we were getting ready to go to church, my wife took Bidule out of his cage so that he could stretch and run around a bit on the balcony, but then she forgot him there! After a whole morning at church and a meal at a restaurant under a blazing sun, we finally returned home to discover that Bidule was in hamster heaven, dried up by Quebec’s summer sun.