We might believe that God will always protect and provide for us in the ways that we expect.
At the end of the movie, Matilda, the main antagonist, Ms. Trunchbull gets what she deserves, after spending the entire movie harassing the children and continually abusing them.
“Would you go through all the pain of childbirth again, just to be able to have that beautiful child of yours?” For most mothers, the answer to this question is obvious.
In his article, “Want to Be Healthier? Change Your Taste Buds,” Michael Greger shares that our taste buds can change once we remove certain types of food from our diet.
Mike Cosper interviews Christians working in various fields on his podcast Cultivated.
In the article “A Compass Saves the Crew,” Owen Edwards tells the story of a WWII sailor who saved lives when he used a compass found on the ship’s lifeboats
Romans 6:8-14 captures the central tension of the Christian life on earth: we have died to sin, but we still sin. Why do we still sin if we have “died with Christ” and “also live with him” (v. 8)?
Discipleship is important because our faith is not grown simply by learning more about God. Conservationist Cara Daneel explained that environmental education experts found
Our faith is not only tested, but it is tested to the point of being proven genuine. Persecution and suffering may feel like they are too much to handle many times,
There’s one type of image that pops up in Scripture repeatedly when describing the growth of Christians
Writer Amy Simpson told a story a lot of us can relate to when she declared, “Blessed are the Unsatisfied.”
There are some crazy competitions out there, like pumpkin sailing and outhouse racing. See this article for more ridiculous competitions
Temptation is everywhere! It can be easy to succumb, but there’s a lesson to be learned from this humorous sketch from the TV show Portlandia.
Some athletes have bizarre pre-game rituals that get them ready for a game. During the 1998 World Cup, the French team believed that their winning streak was tied
Have you ever heard of “imposter syndrome”? It’s the persistent fear of being secretly incompetent or inadequate for your job. A lot of us fear being “found out”
The famous Carly Simon song “You’re So Vain” has the lyrics “You’re so vain you probably think this song is about you.” Sometimes we can be so prideful
Until Jesus comes again, we will still face threats of spiritual attack. But there’s an important way to distinguish
Are you preaching on faith? Check out these great illustration ideas that bring biblical truths to life through word pictures, stories, and everyday examples.
Romans 8:38-39 gives an exhaustive list intended to cover every possible fear we could have—issues of mortality, supernatural forces, time, powers, physical space, anything in creation
At the end of the movie, Mean Girls, the main character, Cady, apologizes to all the people she hurt during the time