What does God want us to do with our anger? How should we respond to angry people? Check out our article on Anger and see what God’s Word says about this fiery emotion and the practical steps you can take to control it.
What does God say about violence? How should we respond to it? The Bible is the best place, indeed only place, to start. God is not silent on this issue. Find out what He says in His Word about violence.
The Bible says “each day he carries us in his arms” (Psalm 68:19 NLT). After nearly a year full of worries – about our health, our loved ones, our finances, our jobs, our future, our country – that is God’s truth that you can rely on each day. We invite you to watch this short video on Worry and be encouraged by God’s promise to us when we’re worried.
What would your life look like if you invited God into your stress? The circumstances may or may not change ... but maybe you could become stronger, more able to handle the pressures of life. Watch this short, encouraging video about God’s presence and promise to us during times of stress.
What can you do when someone is trying to control you? Watch this short 1-minute video and discover what God says about manipulation.
What does it take to break free from a bad habit? Galatians 5:1 says, “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.” Watch this short video and discover how God can help you find freedom from unhealthy habits and controlling addictions.
Stress can be a motivator or a mean taskmaster, relentlessly pressuring you and threatening you. Yet what an extraordinary relief when you realize that your burden is carried by someone else. Watch this moment of hope and learn how you can lighten your load.
We obviously live in a world of differences. Inevitably, people will have differences of opinion, and these differing opinions are the breeding ground for conflict. Watch this moment of hope and learn the solution to conflict.
As a background, in 1787 the US Constitution was crafted by the Founding Fathers and signed as a document that, in part, defined the supreme law of the United States.
School can be a complicated environment for children. And although you’re not present, every minute of every day, you can prevent bullying from taking root.