It's easy to make friends in Kindergarten. It gets harder to maintain friendships once we're out of school and in the "real world" but those key relationships are no less vital. Catherine Parks shares some tips for how to find, make, and keep quality friendships.
No matter what trials the Church has faced in history, the fire of the Gospel has continued. Valerie Bell, Matt Markins, and Mike Handler declare that the Church is meant to carry the fire to the next generation.
What do we want the future of the Church to look like? Valerie Bell, Matt Markins, and Mike Handler call on the Church to raise up children who love Jesus for the rest of their lives.
How can we prepare our kids to stand strong and not be blown away by the culture? AWANA leaders Valerie Bell, Matt Markins, and Mike Handler call for the raising up of the greatest generation of disciples.
Throughout the Bible, we are strongly encouraged to sing a song to the Lord. Don Whitney, Jason Houser, Kristyn Getty, and Ginny Owens explain the importance and the power of singing as worship.
In today's world, it's easy to doubt we have what it takes to reach our neighbors for Christ. Chris and Elizabeth McKinney debunk that myth and about discovering God's purpose for where He's placed us.
Dean Inserra reminds us that salvation isn't a rite of passage, but a response to your understanding to the gospel. Find out what to say to a child when he or she wants to ask Jesus into their heart.
Bob Lepine asserts that gospel unity should always be more important and more powerful than whatever our disagreements are about. Bob reminds believers of the importance of humility, civility, and unity.
Bob Lepine poses this question: How would Jesus want us to represent Him when we talk about politics? According to the Bible, what we agree about Jesus should bind us tighter than our politics should divide us.
Is it inevitable that my teen will walk away from the faith once they hit college? Glenn Stanton says, "No way." Stanton reminds parents of the incredible influence they have in their young adult's life.