The Man Behind 666—and the Beastly Roulette Table RIddle

That famous number? It’s not all Greek—but rather a Hebrew riddle for the most hated devil back in the day.

4 Ways to Show Your Wife You Love Her

How can you love your wife more?

Would America Vote for an Atheist and Satanist for Senate? Would You?

Education, jobs, jails—and a Satanist agenda?

Recovery: Do You Really Need Faith to Recover?

If you want to recover, if you want to live a better life, you need a little faith.

He Didn’t ‘Decide’ to Become an Atheist—it Just Happened, During Missions Work

The worst news came as his parents were getting ready to spread the Good News.

Why I am Teaching My Children to Make Friends with Fear

How and what are you teaching your children about fear?

5 Principles of Faith That Make You a Better Business Person

There’s no point in blaming God for not making us successful, especially when the bible gives us the lessons we need to be profitable.

Do Men Have the Faith to Overcome Their Differences?

Frankie Cote discovered tolerance and love by turning a negative experience into understanding and acceptance.

Bono says that Christian Music is Dishonest and it’s Time to Get Real

Art that is vulnerable and real is where faith can catch fire

What’s Good About Living With Depression?

Who would guess that a lifetime of sadness could offer gifts like grace and sensitivity?

Six Truths to Speak Over Your Kids

Go to war for your kids, not against them.

A Blessing in Aisle #9

William Reese discovered that sometimes blessings truly do come in disguise.

The Power of Prevailing Prayer: 7 Principles that Will Get God’s Attention

Here’s how to enjoy a stronger, more powerful prayer life.

A Challenge to Men: Take Each Day Gladiator Style

Which kind of gladiator are you: the one that brings the battle or the one that has the battle brought to them?

A Glimpse of Superman Without His Cape

A young survivor of the Brussels attacks is teaching humanity to re-think what it means to be Superman, onw viewer at a time.

6 Messages I Wish I’d Heard as a Teen

The differences you have with your parents are natural and a good thing!