There are design principles that are clearly seen in the inner workings of the human body. In fact, they are not just present in a scattered way. They are consistently present throughout. I myself am actually a designer, and I believe that the examples of these principles are so easy to see that...
What are infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss? How do they affect couples who are dealing with them? This story provides a glimpse into these painful situations for couples who simply want to bring home a baby of their own.
While online dating makes some things simpler, dating is never easy. What are the pitfalls of online dating, and how can we avoid them?
The Pharisees were essentially the bad guys of the New Testament. They were constantly at odds with Jesus, trying to trick him, embarrass him, discredit him. Ultimately they failed the God whom they claimed to serve. What can we learn from their example?
I spent years of marriage feeling clueless about romance. But then I found some resources that changed all that. This, gentlemen, is where the rubber meets the road.
Men, we desperately need to add tools to our romantic toolbox. But first, we need to start thinking of romantic gestures as if they're seeds that you want to plant. Good luck getting anything to grow if the soil you're working with is bad. And yes, your wife is the soil.
Are you a slave? Maybe you are and you don't know it yet. For all of us, this is a question worth answering. If it turns out that the answer is yes, where do you go from here? How do you respond?
Isn't it true that guys romance the heck out of the women they date and then go into a coma after the vows are spoken? It's also true that married women desperately want to be pursued by their men. Can men actually make women feel fully, deeply loved?
Who is God to me? Who am I in relationship to God? This poem seeks to put these things in perspective.
Have you ever wondered why some Christians seem so desperate to bring people over to their side of the fence? “Why can’t these Christians just leave me alone?” The answer is unsettling.
This poem is about a bird who struggles with doubt. Do I dare to try to leave the nest? Will my wings carry me? Can I really trust the wind?
How to receive Biblical salvation can be a tricky subject, especially since every Christian denomination seems to have a different take on how this works. In this hub, we examine the relevent passages of scripture to try to gain a better understanding of what the Bible actually has to say on the...
Many of us struggle with understanding the Bible from a big picture perspective. Every Sunday, many of us go home from church with yet another small piece to the puzzle but still no real idea of how all of the pieces fit together. This hub tries to take a step back and talk through the Bible from...
In part 1, we looked at Paul's apostleship. In part 2, we will examine the claims by some that Paul is a liar and a deceiver of those who follow him. Did Paul lie to King Agrippa about his Damascus experience? If so, what does that mean for Christianity and for the millions who accept his...
It seems like some people expect those they're in a dating relationship with to walk on water while others are happy that you have two legs and walk upright. What would a balanced approach look like?
This poem is for anyone who has felt abandoned and alone. Did someone walk out on you? Have you felt lost in the darkness? I have as well.
There are those who follow Christ and yet really believe that Paul is a false teacher and not really an apostle of Jesus at all. Is there evidence to support such a claim?
If you're a Christian in the dating world, you know how difficult it is. It's easy to feel like you have to lower your standards or sacrifice your integrity in order to get any traction. But patience is your friend.
How should we as Christians treat those around us who disagree with us? What the Bible has to say isn't necessarily untuitive. In fact, you'll find that you can be exactly right and exactly wrong at exactly the same time.
It's easy to think of Christianity as a deep, dark hole that requires you to jump in without being able to see the bottom. But, there is in fact evidence to support the Christian faith if we are willing to look at it with open eyes.
How is the Christian church supposed to respond to homosexuality from a Biblical perspective? Where is God leading us as we deal both intellectually and socially with this issue?