NFL players Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown talk about the lasting legacy of their years together in Detroit, not just playing football but also letting their light shine.
Heath Adamson's home life was a wreck, and as a 17-year-old meth user, he wasn't any better either. Then he met Jesus.
Because Jesus came to earth, believers have identity and purpose. Dave Wilson explains the ways Jesus' birth affects every aspect of our lives.
People talk a lot about peace during the Christmas season. But what is peace, and where does it come from? Voddie Baucham talks about true peace found in Christ.
Author Dean Inserra explains there are plenty of people who claim to be Christians but when it comes to Christ, they are clueless. Inserra talks about the best way to reach people who don't know they're lost.
Jackie Hill Perry talks about her former life as a practicing homosexual. Perry advises parents on what to do if their child is gay.
Despite her lifestyle, Jackie Hill Perry sensed that God was actively pursuing her. In 2008, she felt God speaking to her heart. Perry how her life slowly began to change.
Writer and poet Jackie Hill Perry reflects on her youth and the circumstances that influenced her to consciously rebel against her upbringing and her God.
Robert Fernandez and Steve Cleary talk about their new animated feature film, "Pilgrim's Progress," based on John Bunyan's classic book. The movie follows Christian's journey as he travels to the Celestial City.
Despite her gay lifestyle, Jackie Hill Perry sensed that God was actively pursuing her. In 2008, Jackie felt God speaking to her heart. Perry tells how her life slowly began to change.
If you want to experience marriage the way it was designed to be, you need a vital relationship with Jesus Christ.
My opinion was that most Christians had two brains.
"Must I really have to see it to believe it?"
An excerpt from our FamilyLife Today® broadcast.
Resources to help you with your relationship with God.
The former special counsel to the president disproved the skeptics who doubted the validity of his conversion.
At age 15, John thought life was meaningless…until he committed his life to the Lord.