When we give generously of ourselves, God is faithful to fill us back up.
If a woman speaks up front, is she "teaching", "preaching", or is she "sharing"? Ed Stetzer writes on why it's important to name ministry gifts for what they are, especially for women.
What would happen if a man spent a year trying to see things from a woman's perspective? Alan Hirsch shares his journey.
Don't confuse your worth with your work or your value with your vocation. Paula Faris explains the power of understanding God's deep calling and purpose for your life.
#LetsHearItFromTheMen Men have often been warned against gifted and passionate women. Here's what Eric Schumacher wishes these men knew instead.
It’s time to stop replaying the old tapes and the old mistakes over and over in your mind. Jennifer Allwood shares what it takes to move on.
As Christians, let's not just base our decisions on what is simply convenient for ourselves. Let's consider what is beneficial for others.
#LetsHearItFromTheMen Scott Sauls shares why he, like believers throughout history, needs the voice and influence of women.
Prayers of lament are not mere emotions, hopelessness, or weeping. These kinds of prayers hold particular power that led the people of God towards trust in God.
Building trust is an essential first step if we are to love our Buddhist neighbors well.
When your life’s work involves going into war zones and reaching vulnerable people, you learn a thing or two about overcoming fear.
Mi Yung Park
Does joy mean going through life with blinders on, ignoring undeniable facts of suffering and trial? A lawyer explains why joy requires us to take unseen evidence into account before deciding.
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