With Fall break and Thanksgiving break coming soon, kids will have more free time on their hands. Wouldn’t it be great to give them wholesome, faith-based kids’ tv shows to watch in their spare time? (more…)
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Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety: Becoming a Woman of Faith and Confidence
Play to Their Strengths: A New Approach to Parenting Your Kids as God Made Them
Learn how to move with the natural momentum of your kids’ talents to replace your parenting frustration with joy by shifting the focus to what’s right with your kids instead of what’s wrong with them. You’ll go from being a good parent to an even greater parent.
One Minute After You Die
Erwin W. Lutzer writes, “One minute after you die you will either be elated or terrified. And it will be too late to reroute your travel plans.” Lutzer weighs the Bible’s words on life after death and preparing for your own final moment.
In Honestly, Sheila Walsh takes you on a journey past the walls that most people put up. With rare grace, Sheila shares the story of her pilgrimage—the journey of a soul as it moved from hopelessness to honesty to freedom, and, ultimately, to a life of deepened faith and joy.
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Teaching is often thankless and can be exhausting. Yet every day teachers impact society by the lives they touch.
Since today is World Teachers’ Day, we at Faithlife want to say “thank you” to all teachers for the work you do. [Read more…]
Pain and suffering baffle us. Con artists prey on the elderly. Children are killed at school. People commit horrible evil and escape punishment. Meanwhile, tornadoes, floods, fires, and other disasters wreak havoc on those we love. [Read more…]
Discipleship and stewardship are terms we hear often in church. But they aren’t often used together. There’s a link between discipleship and stewardship, however, and it’s not one to miss. [Read more…]
As believers, we all experience times when the Holy Spirit speaks to us and we are compelled to action. During those moments, we’re in good company.
There were many times during Jesus’ earthly ministry when he was moved with compassion to help others. He stopped in the middle of a huge crowd to talk with the woman who touched the hem of his cloak (Mark 5:25–34). He passed by a man who was born blind and healed his sight (John 9). He let a woman who was an outcast wash his feet with her tears and forgave her sins (Matt 26:6–13). [Read more…]
There’s a reason New Year’s resolutions like “pray more” tend to fail. “More” is vague—when will you feel like you’ve reached your resolution? And if you’re talking about a church giving campaign goals, “more” means practically nothing to your donors. [Read more…]
Do you ever feel like you’re in an uphill battle for your congregation’s attention? If so, you’re not alone.
People are more distracted than ever by screens. And even if we happen to have the TV on, chances are we’re probably doing something on our mobile devices. As of 2019, the average person spends four hours per day watching TV. That adds up to 20 hours on weekdays alone and doesn’t include time spent on social media.