By: Trevor Barton A lowly tomato with a soft spot. A grandpa who could fix anything with duct tape, WD40 and baling wire. They equal a lesson that even the smallest and the broken have intrinsic value. They shouldn't be cast aside.
By: Renée Embree Most peoples' stereotype of church is that it's full of old people. Christmas Eve services give you an opportunity to go above and beyond to show you're welcome and ready for all generations.
By: Chris Smith Christmas lights flashing, choirs singing, shoppers shopping. They all signal "the most wonderful time of the year," even though it's not for many. But when they know you care, you can help lift a broken heart.
By: Christina Embree Gratitude isn't limited to a spoken "thank you" or a special day. Simply put, gratitude is a life of awe - a place where we are aware of the incredible life we're given, from the air we breathe to the food we eat.
By: Larry Eubanks Complementarianism modifies patriarchy but doesn't reject it. In no system in which the man has the final say in what goes on in marriage and family can the wife be considered equal. There's no mutual submission.
By: Christina Embree One day, your children are going to Google you? What will they find? Will they find that you social media self, your written words, are consistent with the things you are teaching them as truth, as right, as good?"