Ah, boys. Where head-butts, bodily noise jokes, and near-death antics never lose their luster. Before any woman is blessed with a male fruit of her loin, she’s at least mildly prepared for the chaos. After witnessing nephews or friends with sons, she knows that boys are wild, messy, and full of more energy than a… Read more »
Pastors, when was the last time you heard something similar to the following statements in reference to God’s Word? “It’s too intimidating.” “It’s just boring.” “It doesn’t relate to my real life.” Recent, nationwide studies on Bible engagement confirm what many of us have already realized: while Americans, and Christians, as a whole believe the… Read more »
Mayan communities in Guatemala are steeped in rich oral tradition and indigenous languages. Not only is storytelling deeply rooted in their history,
A young Indian girl studied The Story of Jesus booklet translated into her Kanada language, and then slept free from the nightmares and evil dreams that had haunted her most days. But there’s more to this testimony.