Are spiritual disciplines really helpful, or just busy work? Justin Earley, author of "The Common Rule," says we all have habits we do without thinking. What would happen if we built habits into our lives that aligned our hearts with our Creator?
Forgiving those who hurt us is one of the hardest but greatest things we will ever do. Melissa Ohden relates the challenges she faced forgiving those, who oversaw her abortion, and tells the beautiful reunion story with her biological mother.
In rough days, it's easy to see God as our #1 critic. Is He fighting for us—or fed up with us? Author Dane Ortlund examines whether God's adding the unbearable weight of perfection on top of our pain ... or if it's true His burden is light.
World-famous baseball player, Darryl Strawberry, and his wife Tracy, recount the story of Darryl's childhood, his journey with the big leagues, and how God used Tracy in the midst of his darkness to help him see his need for Jesus.
What is the difference between giving grace and giving in? Paul David Tripp, Tim Kimmel, Ron Deal, and Caleb Kaltenbach explain what grace is: in parenting, marriage, or relationships with a watching world.
In the game of "Life" you never know what you'll roll, nor where you'll end up. So describes the lives of Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kim De Blecourt, Robertson McQuilkin, and Chuck Colson as they share their stories.
Alistair Begg is a Scottish pastor in Ohio with a radio program, called "Truth For Life." Bob Lepine sits down with Alistair as he shares about the spiritual heritage passed down from his family and the impact it made on his life.
People of faith want their family to be a Kingdom family—centered in God's Word and rooted in truth and grace. Ron Deal speaks with Scott and Vanessa Martindale, founders of Blended Kingdom Families, on how to create that kind of family.