At a summer swim party with her youth group after church, the unthinkable happened to Steffani Besch. A young prankster gave her a shove as she stood next to the pool, she hit her head on the edge, lost consciousness, and spent 30 minutes at […]
It has been said that God loves stories, and that is the reason He created humanity. Our lives—individually and together—weave stories that tell of His sovereignty and goodness, His love and His great, graceful purpose for each and every one of us.
PART 2 OF AN EXCLUSIVE 3-PART SERIES; READ PART 1 HERE ‘It had gotten so painful,’ Dr. Brad Guffey says of Richard’s oozing leg wound. By the time the boy was 15 ‘he was pretty much taking care of himself.’
Trauma is a familiar concept in many Native American and First Nation communities. Suicide claims Native lives at three to four times the rate of other U.S. ethnic groups. Substance abuse rates and incidents of violence against women are sky-high, too.
Disabilities advocate Joni Eareckson Tada is urging Christians to get involved in the fight against euthanasia and assisted suicide, warning that inaction will result in the loss of “thousands” of lives.
This is Memorial Day weekend, and once again, we turn our thoughts to the men and women who have given their lives in defense of our country. It is a day of national mourning and tribute, in honor of those who bravely fought and died […]
Andrew “A.J.” Freund, the 5-year-old Illinois boy whose body was found Wednesday morning in the woods, was forced into a cold shower “for an extended period of time” before he was beaten “repeatedly” to death by his parents on April 15, prosecutors allege. He died […]
Christianity’s core belief is that the Son of God took on human form, died for our sins and then rose from the dead to give us eternal life. But if Jesus Christ didn’t come back to life, it undoes His claim to be the all-powerful, […]