Once a person has chosen to put God on the shelf, how does he or she define success? What things measure our status and tend to control us until a crisis finally wakes us up?
It’s easy for driven, high-achieving people to stay in the fast lane for so long they forget to evaluate their life honestly. What eventually happens when they haven’t done so?
Chuck Swindoll and Johnny Koons talk about the themes in Solomon’s journal and whether or not they relate to life today. Do people search for meaning in the same ways and places now?
Why did Chuck Swindoll choose his friend Johnny Koons for a chat about his Living on the Ragged Edge series? Learn a little about Johnny’s career and his exposure to real-life issues.
Ecclesiastes is not only the story of one man's experience but of all who attempt to live their lives apart from God.
“Dear Mr. Callaway, I enjoy your books and your sense of humour. In my early teens laughter was easy. I'm 17 now and the joy is gone from my life. How do you live a life of joy?”
School introduces young people to a new world of experiences and relationships. Let's find direction and encouragement from God's Word for the school years ongoing and yet to come.
The person of character is one who knows the truth and applies it to the circumstances life brings. How can we make the truth “stick”? God's Word makes it clear.
I wonder why we're so surprised when people are nice to us. As Christians being kind to others should be second nature, shouldn't it? Here are a few ways the Bible speaks about kindness.
The world can be a dangerous place for fathers. Temptation lurks around every corner. What can be done to avoid the fall away from godly character?