In a television special that will air tonight on ITV, a network in the United Kingdom, Prince William speaks candidly of how fatherhood has changed him.
Joe Carter loves New Year's resolutions, even if he's terrible at them. Every January 1, he launches a plan to be a better version of himself, whether by ditching bad habits or developing new ones.
"Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us,
Ken Chitwood grew up in Los Angeles surrounded by religious diversity. His high school social crowd included Jews, evangelical Christians, Mormons and Muslims.
The British monarchy recently released a video of Queen Elizabeth II’s Christmas speech. The Telegraph posted the video on Facebook, calling it “one of her most overtly religious addresses to the nation in recent years,” and it has been viewed more than 2.7 million times.
Religions play a role in the lives of people all over the world. Besides the beliefs, customs and way of life that comes with adhering to a religion, it seems that it can also have a positive effect on marriages and families.
In the hustle and bustle of everyday, days can run together and become bland. Then, when you least expect it, years have passed, and all you have is regrets. Life is meant to be enjoyed. Even during the hardest of trials, there is always something positive that you can hold on to.
Just one day after Christmas captured the hearts of Christians, children and consumers everywhere, another holiday started.
When life isn’t going the way we would like, sometimes we wonder, “Does God care? Does he love me?”
Every year during the holiday season, my childhood church dedicated one Sunday to a children's program. My friends and I would fill the platform at the front of the sanctuary, being careful not to crush the wings of kids dressed as angels or get poked by the shepherds' staffs.
Sometimes well-meaning efforts to help can have the opposite effect.
Most parents can't help themselves from dispensing sage advice to their children. At best, it's an attempt to help their offspring experience the success or avoid the misery of their missteps. At worst, parents want to relive an ideal through their children.
There is an ongoing political and religious debate in the Western media about the true nature of Islam. Many today claim the word “Islam” means “peace,” and that Islam is therefore a religion of peace. This claim, however, is based on a misunderstanding.
The cultural practices of your religion and the faith and beliefs of your religion are not the same things. One evolves over time, while the other tends to remain fairly stable. What can you do when the two conflict?
Everyone has their way of doing things. Being that human beings were created in the image of God and given the ability to make choices ...
In June 2015, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, sparking a wave of legislative reactions from state and local government leaders.
Country music star Merle Haggard, who died Wednesday at age 79, made a career out of singing about drinking and prison along with paying homage ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Friday that he will speak at the Vatican on April 15. The Democratic presidential candidate, who is Jewish, will participate in ...
Reminiscing about my childhood, I remembered all the times my siblings would put me up to ask our father for money on their behalf.