Parkview Mennonite Church in Hillsboro, Kansas decided to put works with their faith and made a wonderfully generous donation to a local elementary school, opting to purchase academic supplies for every single student due to attend.
Horror stories about monstrous mother-in-laws, bigoted father-in-laws and clueless sister or brother-in-laws abound in pop culture and media. Are in-laws that bad? Is it possible to have a healthy relationship with your in-laws? Try these steps toward a rewarding connection with your in-laws.
American are accumulating more debt and retaining it longer than ever before. These realities make it even more important for Christians to approach retirement with some intentionality. So how should Christians approach retirement? What are some practical things to start implementing today?
Ken Mohammad is the dad crying in a heartwarming video that has since gone viral. It was an emotional moment for the father as he dropped his son off at college. And his heartfelt tears speak volumes about the love he has for his family!
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As women, we grow up dreaming about whom we’ll someday marry. We watch countless romantic movies and read fairy tales about Prince Charming. Often when our interests are sparked and feelings are flowing, we can get swept away and even lose sight of what is true.
But God can give guidance or even some red flags of those to be aware of along the way.
We want others’ approval. We want to be admired and respected. We want to accomplish our goals, which can involve an appetite for competition. This is human nature, but if left unchecked, it can result in the same distorted sense of self-worth....
When you don’t have enough money, you’re not justbroke, but alsobrokenfrom the stress of living in a financial crisis. But something surprising can happen when you’re broke. When you seek God in your brokenness, you can find riches that go beyond money, even if your bank account runs low.