How long should a minister stay in one congregation? After considering the reasons for staying in and leaving a congregation as a minister, this article shows that longer ministries are better for both the minister and his congregation.
In his design for marriage God intended children to be raised by both father and mother. The disappearance of fathers in families is a concern. This article is a call to fathers to exercise their fatherhood. It shows the time and nature of involvement they must give.
Not all will marry. This article gives a biblical account of singleness before and after the fall. It gives guidance for dealing with singleness and how couples can involve single members in the church.
The attitude of both believers and unbelievers has changed towards the Lord's Day. Sunday has become the day of recreation and entertainment. How is this possible? In this article the author shows how the Sabbath changed for both God's people and unbelievers.
Fasting is the voluntary denial of food for a spiritual purpose. This article will help you understand reasons why this discipline is neglected, will give biblical grounds and examples for fasting, and will give reasons for fasting.
How can we grow in Christian maturity? This author describes Christian maturity as stability, commitment to Christ and His church, having a developed Christian character in all areas of life, and having a desire to serve Christ in all spheres of life. We can grow in Christian maturity by reading God's Word and praying earnestly.
Around 400,000 hymns were written during the reign of Queen Victoria. What we can learn from this history? This article looks at the history of some of these hymns, drawing lessons for the church today.
What is the value of the Christian biography? Why read biographies of other Christians? This author says that these Christians faced situations similar to us, and their lives can encourage us, enrich our prayer life, increase our knowledge of church history, and challenge us to work harder.