Christian leaders reacted with joy about the Supreme Court's potential overturning of Roe v. Wade while requesting prayer that the justices will remain steadfast and not change their votes.
Malik Willis, who led Liberty to two straight bowl wins before leaving school after his junior season, was drafted by the Titans last week when Tennessee traded up to select him in the third round.
The possible use of the thermobaric ‘bunker buster’ projectile weapon’s system by Russiia.
When you feel the need to give up, and thing around you seem so lost, know that God is there for you, you just have to speak up, and have faith that his decision is the best foryou.
According to many studies by psychologists, religion plays a crucial role in Recovery from mental health. Research shows that besides conventional medication methods, people should include religious factors as well. Solid scientific and psychological evidence shows that people who practice daily spiritual worship services are more likely to live in Recovery.
Sometimes this means doing things that seem counter-intuitive to make sure our kids are actually hearing what we are saying and learning from situations. Sometimes kids say things like a dumb, because they hear it from a parent or peer and repeat thinking that they are that way!
As you learn to adjust to the emotional roller coaster of emotions and stress with yourself or love ones diagnosed, it is a good thing to reach out to services. Often times the best support comes from those who suffer the same things experiences the same issues knowing what its like to be in your shoes.
As Ability Tree works to meet a need in the community, the JBU student body is doing what it can to meet the needs of the organization. Through classroom assignments, volunteer opportunities and outreach ministries, John Brown University is seeking to engage with the community that surrounds it.
My listeners peppered me with questions, and we discussed them one by one. Most often I asked them a question in return, and they found themselves answering their own questions based on what they'd already learned. Sometimes I said, "That will be answered in an upcoming story."
I don't think I'm the only one who longs to have answers. As leaders, sometimes we're expected to know what to say and what to do. Throughout Paige's struggle, I wanted to be able to assure her that it was going to get better and easier; I wanted to believe that, if we prayed about it enough, it would be so.