God appoints people to serve as stewards of creation and outlines foundational instructions for His chosen people for handling money in the Old Testament.
Vacations are for the weak! Right? Michelle Marx shares why vacations are important and gives us four tips to making our next vacation the best one yet!
Have you ever wondered how you might support women in the workplace and help make the business world more equitable for everyone? Helen Mitchell gives us the truth about the needs and challenges of women at work.
Are science and religion really compatible? How do we reach scientific minds with the gospel of Christ? Ben Espinoza answers these questions and more as he shares the importance of reconciling science and theology.
Sometimes, when people are lost or stuck, an alternative form of therapy can be the key to unlocking healing. Charlotte Easley shares how equine therapy has helped her care for the souls of some of the most broken people she has worked with.
For most Christians, missionaries seem exotic and mysterious. What do they do, really? Hollie Wells invites us into her ordinary family's story of how God called them to be a missionary family to the Roma people in Bulgaria.
What is Spiritual Direction like? What does it take to be a Spiritual Director? Laura Beach discusses how Spiritual Direction is like jazz: a holy version of controlled and trained improvisation in which the Spiritual Director listens and responds to the Spirit of God and the other.
Recovery from hospitalizations due to mental illness is a difficult road to travel. Having a team and support system that consists of adequately trained people is a must. Asbury Theological Seminary and Asbury University are offering a training opportunity for students and clinicians. Read more about it here.
We all want children who will succeed in life, and part of their success hinges on their ability to value and perform hard work. How can we ensure that we are teaching children the value of honest work? Kathy Milans weighs in with sound advice.
To you, my desk may look like a rubbish heap. In reality, it is more like a compost bin. Marilyn Elliott shares insight into her creative process, as reflected on her office desk.
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