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Libremente Atrapada Mientras Esperaba

Chrissy Gordon, 13 April, 2021

“Porque el Señor escucha el clamor de los necesitados; no desprecia a su pueblo encarcelado ”. Psalm 69:33 (NTV)  Encarcelado. La palabra me llamó la atención mientras leía este versículo. Ahora que una gran parte del mundo está bajo restricciones de quedarse en casa debido a la pandemia, (estar atrapada en la… Read more »

COVID-19, el Mejor y el Peor de los Tiempos

Alex McLellan, 7 April, 2021

Mi hijo de diez años, Asher, se volvió hacia mí en respuesta a aquellos que están luchando por darle sentido al coronavirus: “… pero papá, ¡este mundo está roto!” Todos se ven afectados por la propagación del COVID-19, en particular los miembros más vulnerables de la sociedad, ¡es angustioso! Sin… Read more »

Ganar Mental y Emocionalmente durante COVID-19

Ben Bennett, 30 March, 2021

Gran dificultad económica. Desconexión social. Pérdida de seres queridos. Incertidumbre. Perdida de trabajo. Xenofobia. Racismo. Falta de seguridad. Los efectos del COVID-19 son interminables y despiadados. Estos efectos no solo amenazan nuestra salud física sino también nuestra salud mental, social y espiritual. Amenazan nuestra capacidad de ganar mental y emocionalmente…. Read more »

Totalmente Conocido en Relaciones Saludables

Austin Fruits, 23 March, 2021

Necesitamos autenticidad, dentro de relaciones saludables, para encontrar la libertad de convertirnos en las personas que Dios quiere que seamos. Hace unos años, Josh McDowell nos reunió al equipo de oradores del ministerio cuando nos sentó con su amigo, el Dr. Henry Cloud, un gigante en el mundo de la… Read more »

Mensaje de Josh: Crisis de la Ausencia del Padre

Josh McDowell, 9 March, 2021

Un estudio del Centro Nacional sobre Abuso y Negligencia Infantil en Washington, D.C., ha identificado claramente que nos enfrentamos a una crisis de ausencia del padre en Estados Unidos. Estamos hablando de 18,3 millones de niños, ¡eso es 1 de cada 4 niños! – vivir sin un padre biológico, padrastro… Read more »

Why Would God Ask Us to Fear Him?

Matthew Tingblad, 25 February, 2021

Several years ago I was invited to speak at a Christian event on a college campus. The team brought me in to talk about the fear of God to their students. I admired their willingness to cover a subject that is hardly discussed in the Church. But I have to… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios nos Pedirá que le Temamos?

Matthew Tingblad, 25 February, 2021

Hace varios años me invitaron a hablar en un evento cristiano en un campus universitario. El equipo me invitó para hablar sobre el temor de Dios a sus estudiantes. Admiré su disposición a cubrir un tema que apenas se discute en la Iglesia. Pero tengo que admitir que sospecho que… Read more »

Mensaje de Josh: Los Adolescentes Necesitan Sentirse Amados

Josh McDowell, 23 February, 2021

Una pregunta para ti: ¿ Cuándo crees que los adolescentes necesitan sentirse más amados? ¿Cuándo descubres que están embarazados? ¿Cuándo te enteras de sus adicciones? ¿Cuándo te dicen que se están alejando del cristianismo? ¡Es seguro que los adolescentes necesitan sentirse amados en estos momentos de mucho estrés! Pero un nuevo… Read more »

Devocional: Reconocer la Majestad de Dios

Guest Blogger, 22 February, 2021

¿Estamos “despiertos” a la presencia de nuestro maravilloso Dios? ¿O somos tan dependientes de nuestra propia fuerza que no reconocemos su majestad a nuestro alrededor? Por más de 50 años, el ministerio de Josh McDowell ha estado dirigiendo a los indagadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y… Read more »

Why God? He Hears Our Prayers

Sheri Bell, 17 February, 2021

Especially now, when life feels hard, we need to remind ourselves that God hears our prayers, and cares. Let’s look at prayer, and some truths about our response to God’s response to them. Why God? blog #hurthealedwhole For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios? Él Escucha Nuestras Oraciones

Sheri Bell, 17 February, 2021

Especialmente ahora, cuando la vida se siente difícil, debemos recordarnos a nosotros mismos que Dios escucha nuestras oraciones y se preocupa. Veamos la oración y algunas verdades sobre nuestra respuesta a la respuesta de Dios a estas. ¿Por que Dios? blog #hurthealedwhole Durante más de 50 años, el Ministerio de… Read more »

Guardando su Primer Beso

Guest Blogger, 14 February, 2021

Al pensar en el Día de San Valentín, me siento lleno de gratitud por las relaciones amorosas que disfruto con mi esposa y nuestros dos hijos adultos. Nuestro amor está profundamente arraigado en nuestra fe en el amor de Dios, así como en los años de comunicación abierta que hemos… Read more »

Bese con un Hola las Nuevas Relaciones

Ben Bennett, 13 February, 2021

Si has oído hablar del libro cristiano I Kissed Dating Goodbye, ” “Yo bese mis relaciones  adiós”, que se publicó hace varias décadas, es posible que te hayas reído del título de esta publicación de blog. La esencia de ese libro era esta idea: no salgas por ahí con cualquiera,… Read more »

Amar a-la Gente-Difícil-de Amar

Josh McDowell, 10 February, 2021

Amar a las personas difíciles de amar requiere la ayuda de Dios. ¡Pero nosotros podemos hacerlo! “Se supone que es difícil. Si no fuera difícil, todos lo harían. Lo difícil es lo que lo hace grandioso “. ~Jimmy Dugan Bridging the Gap blog #hurthealedwhole Durante más de 50 años, el… Read more »

Why God? For the Gift of Living Broken

Sheri Bell, 6 February, 2021

There’s a suggestion on the table that God wants us broken. If the word “broken” scares you, you’re not alone. Society has taught us to perceive the word negatively. Broken plates … broken appliances … broken down cars … the homeless … the incarcerated … those with destructive addictions. Society… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios? Por el Regalo de Vivir Rotos

Sheri Bell, 6 February, 2021

Hay una sugerencia sobre la mesa: de que Dios nos quiere rotos. Si la palabra “roto” te asusta, no estás solo. La sociedad nos ha enseñado a percibir la palabra negativamente. Platos rotos … electrodomésticos rotos … coches averiados … personas sin hogar … encarcelados … aquellos con adicciones destructivas…. Read more »

¡Bienvenidos a Hacia la Plenitud!

Chrissy Gordon, 4 February, 2021

Amigos, bienvenidos al 2021 ¡Nos alegra que estés aquí! Estamos listos para lanzar nuestra serie de blogs semanales para el nuevo año, que hemos titulado Hacia la Plenitud. Estamos hablando de la brecha entre nuestro paso del dolor a la integridad, a través del poder de la sanidad de Cristo… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios Nos Manda a Alabarlo?

Matthew Tingblad, 29 January, 2021

La gente suele decir que el mandamiento más frecuente en la Biblia es el de no temas. Aunque nunca los he contado, sospecho que esto es incorrecto. Me parece que un mandamiento más frecuente es alaba o adora a Dios. A lo largo de la Biblia se nos invita a… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios? Año Nuevo, Hábitos Nuevos

Sheri Bell, 22 January, 2021

Cuando hacemos una pausa para pensar en ello, nuestra vida diaria es solo una serie de hábitos. Algunos hábitos son conscientes e intencionales, otros simplemente parecen suceder. Un ejemplo perfecto sería: cuando entramos a Facebook “solo por un minuto” y nos damos cuenta, que con el clic de comienzo, que… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios? ¡Él nos Prepara para Actuar!

Sheri Bell, 8 January, 2021

“¿Por Qué Dios?” ¡Bienvenidos a nuestra nueva serie de blogs donde nos sumergimos y respondemos esta pregunta! En esta primera publicación, se nos recuerda que debemos confiar en Su poder, no en el nuestro, para actuar juntos. En su libro El discípulo imperfecto, Jared C.Wilson escribe que incluso ahora, casi… Read more »

Why God? He Gets Our Act Together

Sheri Bell, 8 January, 2021

“Why God?” Welcome to our new blog series where we dive in and answer that question! In this first post, we are reminded to rely on His power, not ours, to get our act together. In his book The Imperfect Disciple, Jared C. Wilson writes that even now, nearly 40… Read more »

“¿Por Qué Dios?” ¡Buena Pregunta!

Chrissy Gordon, 1 January, 2021

    ¡Feliz Nuevo Año!  Por la paz, la buena voluntad y la alegría del 2021 Al mirar hacia el 2021, ¿cómo te gustaría que fuera? Incluso si nuestras circunstancias no cambian, podemos estar seguros de que Dios estará con nosotros, de manera constante y consciente. Pero, ¿y si no conocemos a… Read more »

Las Malas y las Buenas Noticias sobre la Navidad

Alex McLellan, 20 December, 2020

¡En esta navidad, hay buenas y malas noticias! Hola, soy Alex McLellan del Ministerio Josh McDowell. Cualquier Navidad que gire en torno a Santa se reduce a esto: ¿estás en la lista buena o estás en la lista de los traviesos? Si has sido bueno, califica para la buena lista,… Read more »

Jesús Murió por Mí … Entonces, ¿Por qué aún me Siento Culpable?

Matthew Tingblad, 5 December, 2020

Recuerdo años atrás cuando sintonicé un mensaje de un orador cristiano que abordaba la culpa … Le hizo a la audiencia una pregunta simple: “¿Cuántos de ustedes tienen problemas para lidiar con su pasado?” Hubo una pausa. Él continuó. “¿Saben por qué? Es porque ustedes no creen que ya se… Read more »

Viviendo Libre de Adicciones

Austin Fruits, 22 November, 2020

En medio de la adicción, nuestra esperanza de libertad puede verse nublada por una pérdida de control, depresión y aislamiento. Por experiencia personal, la luz al final del túnel se vuelve cada vez más tenue a medida que aumenta el fracaso y la vergüenza. Mientras estaba atrapado en mi adicción… Read more »

Heridas, Vergüenza y Aislamiento: Mi Historia

JMM Team, 4 November, 2020

Durante dos años viajé con Josh McDowell, ayudando a llamar la atención de la gente al hecho de que la pornografía se ha convertido en una epidemia en Estados Unidos, a pesar de que pocos parecen reconocer el problema. Pero sé de primera mano la devastación que causa y lo… Read more »

Declare His Name Today!

Guest Blogger, 3 November, 2020

It is 37 degrees, but a carafe of hot black coffee, flannel PJs, a snoozing pup on my lap, and a couple of blankets make for a snuggly-sweet chance to see the moon sink behind the mountains. A rare treat, as the morning will not be this dark with a… Read more »

Para Vivir Bien, Brilla la Luz en las Escrituras

Sheryl McLellan, 29 October, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación en esta serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, veremos cómo podemos arrojar luz sobre las Escrituras para contrarrestar las afirmaciones de que las Buenas Nuevas son “viejas noticias” y… Read more »

La Verdad Desnuda: Hablando de Sexo

Sheryl McLellan, 22 October, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación en la serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación nos sumergimos aún más en como hablar sobre sexo con nuestros hijos. Específicamente, el hermoso diseño de Dios para ello. “Amor… Read more »

Habla Claro con tus Hijos sobre el Sexo

Sheryl McLellan, 15 October, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente  publicación en nuestra serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación nos sumergiremos en un tema que incomoda a muchos padres: hablar sobre sexo. La realidad es: si no les enseñamos a… Read more »

Inspiración: ¡Libérate de la vergüenza!

Sheri Bell, 14 October, 2020

Bridging the Gap blog #hurthealedwhole Durante más de 50 años, el ministerio Josh McDowell ha llevado a los buscadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y el poder de Dios. Le ofrecemos nuestro conocimiento e investigación (Página en inglés) acumulados para ayudarlo a encontrar la verdad y el… Read more »

Inspiración: Mírate a ti mismo como amado por Dios

Sheri Bell, 13 October, 2020

Inspiration #hurthealedwhole Durante más de 50 años, el Ministerio de Josh McDowell ha llevado a los indagadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y el poder de Dios. Le ofrecemos nuestros conocimientos acumulados de investigación para ayudarlo a encontrar la verdad y el aliento para vivir una vida… Read more »

Instantánea de la Sublime Gracia

Sheri Bell, 12 October, 2020

¿Ha experimentado personalmente la gracia de Dios … el gozo y el alivio de ser perdonado, agradecido de ser amado y aceptado?  La siguiente historia personal, recientemente compartida por una de mis oradoras cristianas favoritas, hace un gran trabajo ayudándonos a comprender la asombrosa gracia que Dios nos da. ¡Sigue… Read more »

¿Qué es el Gozo del Señor? ¿Lo Podemos Tener?

Sheri Bell, 10 October, 2020

“El gozo del Señor es mi fortaleza”. Si escucho que un cristiano ocasionalmente usa esta expresión, siempre lo noto, ya que no es una declaración que se dice a menudo. Ciertamente, ni cerca de la frecuencia con que decimos, “¡Dios es bueno!” o “Jesús nos ama”. Creo que esto se… Read more »

Caminando por Fe

Guest Blogger, 9 October, 2020

Cuando nace un niño, no se espera que pueda caminar hasta que tenga aproximadamente un año de edad. Pero si no está caminando para cuando tenga alrededor de 2 años, está claro que algo está mal. Aprender a caminar es un punto de inflexión en la vida del niño, ya… Read more »

¿El Mundo te tiene Deprimido? 5 Hábitos Diarios que Ayudan

Sheri Bell, 8 October, 2020

COVID-19. Racismo. Violencia. Postura política. Egoísmo. Odio. Solo algo de la negatividad en nuestro mundo en este momento. Que disgusto! Como pueblo de Dios, necesitamos hacerlo mejor. Probemos estos cinco hábitos (Página en inglés) diarios para amar mejor a Dios y a los demás. Inspiration #hurthealedwhole ¿Nuestra capacidad de escuchar pacientemente… Read more »

Josh McDowell: Mis 3 Pilares en que Enfoco la Apologética

Josh McDowell, 8 October, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este, nuestra más reciente publicación en esta serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, Josh explica su enfoque de 3 pilares de la apologética. JOSH VIDEO Mucha gente me pregunta: “Josh, si eres un  apologista,… Read more »

4 Consejos de Josh para Resolver Conflictos

Sheri Bell, 25 September, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra última publicación en la serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, Josh McDowell nos ofrece cuatro consejos para evaluar la fuente de conflicto en nuestras vidas. ¿Cuántos hemos creado? Photo by Helena Lopes… Read more »

Padres: 7 Consejos para una Gran Crianza de los Hijos

Sheri Bell, 18 September, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra última publicación en nuestra serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, Josh comparte 7 consejos (sus “7 A”) para ayudar a los padres a desarrollar excelentes relaciones con sus hijos. La buena crianza… Read more »

Inspiración: Regresar a la Adoración

JMM Team, 15 September, 2020

Inspiración #hurthealedwhole Por más de 50 años, el ministerio de Josh McDowell ha estado dirigiendo a los indagadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y el poder de Dios. Nosotros le ofrecemos nuestro conocimiento y la  investigación (Página en inglés), acumulada para ayudarlo a encontrar la verdad y… Read more »

Como Pedro, ¡Sal del Barco!

Sheri Bell, 11 September, 2020

La historia bíblica de Simón Pedro caminando momentáneamente sobre el mar de Galilea es una de mis favoritas. Es emocionante considerar lo que podemos hacer, cuando Jesús nos invita. Muchos cristianos, sin embargo, ven esta historia como una falla más por parte de este impetuoso discípulo. Pero es importante recordar… Read more »

Amor es…

Sheri Bell, 11 September, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación en la serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación vamos a tratar de definir la palabra “amor”. ¿Crees que podamos hacerlo? En el idioma inglés la palabra amor es utilizada… Read more »

Frutales: una Parábola en el Patio

Guest Blogger, 11 September, 2020

En nuestro caminar cristiano, debemos examinar si nuestro objetivo principal es producir fruta o simplemente lucir bien. Una pregunta aún más difícil, “¿Estamos dispuestos a que el Señor pode nuestras vidas como Él lo crea conveniente?” En 1986 estaba dirigiendo en casa un estudio bíblico en Bedford, Texas. Durante nuestro… Read more »

Inspiración: Conexión Creativa durante el Aislamiento

JMM Team, 10 September, 2020

Inspiración #hurthealedwhole Durante más de 50 años, el ministerio Josh McDowell ha llevado a los buscadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y el poder de Dios. Le ofrecemos nuestro conocimiento e investigación (Página en inglés) acumulados para ayudarlo a encontrar la verdad y el aliento para vivir una… Read more »

Inspiración: Confía en Dios en tu Espera

JMM Team, 10 September, 2020

Inspiración #hurthealedwhole Por más de 50 años, el ministerio de Josh McDowell ha estado dirigiendo a los indagadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y el poder de Dios. Nosotros le ofrecemos nuestro conocimiento y la  investigación (Página en inglés) acumulada para ayudarlo a encontrar la verdad y el… Read more »

Inspiración: Tomás el Incrédulo

JMM Team, 10 September, 2020

Inspiración #hurthealedwhole Por más de 50 años, el ministerio de Josh McDowell ha estado dirigiendo a los indagadores a un conocimiento más profundo de la verdad y el poder de Dios. Nosotros le ofrecemos nuestro conocimiento y la  investigación acumulada para ayudarlo a encontrar la verdad y el aliento y… Read more »

Mensaje Especial de Josh para los Abuelos!

Josh McDowell, 4 September, 2020

  Click to watch video Abuelos, ¡su papel es súper especial! ¡Dios les ha dado a USTEDES el privilegio único de tener un impacto profundo y duradero en sus nietos! JOSH: La gente me pregunta: “¿Por qué haces hincapié en los abuelos?” Bueno, a lo largo de los años he… Read more »

Inspiration: See Yourself as Loved by God

Sheri Bell, 20 August, 2020

Inspiration #hurthealedwhole For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. God Says YOU’RE Fully Loved…. Read more »

Fallamos ante la Tolerancia Cultural

Sheri Bell, 14 August, 2020

¡Bienvenidos Amigos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta última publicación de nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, veamos la palabra “tolerancia” y si la sociedad empuja el significado deseado. La tolerancia, tradicionalmente, se define como reconocer respetuosamente las… Read more »

Mostrar a Cristo Relevante para Nuestra Cultura

Sheri Bell, 6 August, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en, nuestra más reciente publicación en nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, Josh comparte nueve formas en las que cree que los cristianos pueden mostrar a Cristo relevante para los no creyentes en… Read more »

Elegir los Límites de Dios porque Confiamos en Él

Sheri Bell, 25 July, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación de serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. Hablemos de los límites, que necesitamos para tomar decisiones buenas y éticas. ¿En qué debemos basar los límites que establecemos en nuestra vida? Como mencionamos… Read more »

Ganar Mental y Emocionalmente durante COVID-19

Ben Bennett, 23 July, 2020

Gran dificultad económica. Desconexión social. Pérdida de seres queridos. Incertidumbre. Perdida de trabajo. Xenofobia. Racismo. Falta de seguridad. Los efectos del COVID-19 son interminables y despiadados. Estos efectos no solo amenazan nuestra salud física sino también nuestra salud mental, social y espiritual. Amenazan nuestra capacidad de ganar mental y emocionalmente. … Read more »

Romanos 8: Un Capítulo de Certeza

Sheri Bell, 16 July, 2020

¿Qué Escritura te esta dando seguridad en este momento? En mi caso, sigo volviendo al libro de Romanos del Nuevo Testamento, específicamente al Capítulo 8.  Estos 39 versículos de la Biblia están llenos de las promesas de Dios de cuidado y provisión. ¡Veamos algunos de ellos! Por más de 50… Read more »

Porqué Necesitamos Confiar en la Bondad de Dios

Sheri Bell, 16 July, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra última publicación en nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año de duración que hemos llamado  “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, vamos a discutir por qué es fundamental que confiemos en la bondad de Dios. No sé tu, pero yo… Read more »

Walking By Faith

Guest Blogger, 15 July, 2020

When a child is born, he is not expected to be able to walk until he is about a year old. But if he is not walking by the time he is around 2 years old, it’s clear that something is wrong. Learning to walk is a major turning point… Read more »

¿Podemos Reconocer Absolutamente lo Bueno de lo Malo?

Sheri Bell, 11 July, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación en esta serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación nos hacemos una ENORME pregunta que muchos creen imposible de responder: “¿Podemos reconocer absolutamente lo bueno de lo malo?” Vayamos al… Read more »

World Got You Down? 5 Daily Habits That Help

Sheri Bell, 29 June, 2020

COVID-19. Racism. Violence. Political posturing. Selfishness. Hate. Just some of the negativity in our world right now. Yuck. As God’s people, we need to do better. Let’s try these five daily habits to better love God and others. Inspiration #hurthealedwhole Our ability to patiently listen to others? Habit. Our willingness… Read more »

Conexiones: Construir y Mejorar las Relaciones

Ashley Reed, 27 June, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este, nuestro más reciente publicación en nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación hablaremos de nuestra enorme necesidad de conexiones reales y profundas. Cuando era niña, tuve el raro privilegio de crecer al lado… Read more »

7 Maneras de Asistir a otros Desde la Distancia

JMM Team, 25 June, 2020

Podríamos pensar que nada bueno puede salir de tener que estar distanciados socialmente de los demás. Pero aquí está la verdad: si bien el mandato de quedarse en casa está interfiriendo significativamente con nuestro contacto en persona, nos está dando nuevas oportunidades para ayudar a otros. Las relaciones saludables son… Read more »

Devocional: Dios quiere tus Oraciones

Sheri Bell, 23 June, 2020

Dios quiere nuestras oraciones! Desde la creación de Adán, ha anhelado estar en estrecha relación con nosotros. Especialmente durante los momentos que encontramos difíciles y aterradores, Dios quiere que le traigamos nuestros miedos y dudas. Porque a él le importa. Él está escuchando. Él está trabajando a través de todas… Read more »

Devocional: Cuando la Vida se pone Difícil

Sheri Bell, 22 June, 2020

La vida es una montaña rusa de situaciones y emociones. Sabemos cómo manejar los tiempos fáciles y divertidos. ¿Cómo quiere Dios que respondamos cuando la vida se pone difícil? Por más de 50 años, el ministerio de Josh McDowell ha estado dirigiendo a los indagadores a un conocimiento más profundo… Read more »

Devocional: Cómo tener Paz en el Sufrimiento

Jennifer Davis, 20 June, 2020

Perdí a mi amada madre cuando tenía 7 años. Ella todavía estaba presente con nosotros, pero después de una cirugía cerebral en la cual le extirparon un tumor, su naturaleza cariñosa, divertida y su capacidad para conectarse estrechamente con nosotros se perdieron para siempre. Murió pocos días antes de que… Read more »

Padres: 5 Ilusiones que Perjudican la Relación con sus Hijos

Sheri Bell, 19 June, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación de nuestra serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. Aquí Josh McDowell comparte cinco delirios de crianza que sabotean a los padres para tener una relación cercana con sus hijos √ Una conclusión… Read more »

Inspiration: Default to Worship

JMM Team, 17 June, 2020

Inspiration #hurthealedwhole For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. Worship: David’s Example to Us… Read more »

Mensaje Especial de Josh para los Padres

Josh McDowell, 13 June, 2020

  Click to watch video Feliz día del padre! ¿Sabe que en las últimas investigaciones, digamos en los últimos 10 a 15 años, han revertido 300 años de raciocinio? Solíamos decir que las madres eran las cuidadoras más críticas cuando los niños crecían. Pero los investigadores ahora dicen que los… Read more »

Fruit Bearing: A Backyard Parable

Guest Blogger, 12 June, 2020

In our Christian walk, we need to examine whether our primary objective is to produce fruit — or just look good. The even harder question, “Are we willing for the Lord to prune our lives as He sees fit?” In 1986 I was conducting a home Bible study in Bedford,… Read more »

Inspiration: Doubting Thomas

JMM Team, 10 June, 2020

Inspiration #hurthealedwhole For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. What Doubting Thomas Teaches Us… Read more »

Inspiration: Creatively Connect During Isolation

JMM Team, 5 June, 2020

Inspiration #hurthealedwhole For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. God is Always Accessible to… Read more »

Mensaje Especial de Alex acerca de los Padres

Alex McLellan, 3 June, 2020

Yo recuerdo cuando “¡Feliz Día del Padre!” No fue tan feliz para mí. Hola, soy Alex McLellan con Josh McDowell Ministry. Tenía tres años cuando mis padres, no cristianos, se divorciaron y mi hermana y yo nos fuimos a vivir con mi madre. Durante los siguientes seis años, el feliz… Read more »

Reconsiderar la Responsabilidad: un Enfoque Proactivo y Curativo Parte 1

Ben Bennett, 28 May, 2020

¿Haz tu experimentado, como yo, una responsabilidad reactiva y poco saludable en tu vida? ¿Te has encontrado ocultando tus conflictos, o solo compartiendo tus elecciones poco saludables después de volver a ellas? ¿Te hicieron otros sentir avergonzado después de que finalmente reuniste el coraje para confesar tu historia? En esta… Read more »

Reconsiderar la Responsabilidad: un Enfoque Proactivo y Curativo Parte 2

Ben Bennett, 28 May, 2020

Vivimos en un mundo lleno de estrés, dolor y cosas que no estaban destinadas a ser. Independientemente de nuestros conflictos particulares, todos desarrollamos formas de lidiar con el estrés y el dolor en nuestra vida, a menudo a través de elecciones poco saludables. Como compartí en mi última publicación de… Read more »

Inspiration: Trust God in Your Waiting

JMM Team, 26 May, 2020

Inspiration #hurthealedwhole For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. Set Your Mind on God’s… Read more »

Encuentra Confianza en Ser Auténtica

Sheri Bell, 16 May, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este, nuestro mas reciente post en la serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post, hablaremos de cómo debemos aprender a aceptar y apreciar cada parte peculiar de nosotros mismos, para reflejar verdaderamente el amor de… Read more »

Imagen Personal: Mírate como Dios te Ve

Jennifer Davis, 13 May, 2020

  ¡Bienvenidos a otra publicación en nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año, “Juntos en una Aventura”, donde respondemos preguntas sobre Dios, las relaciones y la vida! ¡Hola amigos! Nosotras somos: Jennifer Davis y Anne Clark. Por tener la oportunidad de trabajar con Josh McDowell, hemos aprendido lo importante… Read more »

Mensaje Especial de Josh en el Día de la Madre

Josh McDowell, 10 May, 2020

  Click to watch video | Transcript Mamás, mereces honor y afirmación todos los días, ¡no solo un día del año! ¡Feliz Día de la Madre, los 365 días del año “Hola, querida mamá!” ¿Sabes lo que me parece interesante? En todos mis años de ver deportes, cada vez que… Read more »

Dios: Nuestro Padre Relevante

Matthew Tingblad, 6 May, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta, nuestra más reciente publicación en nuestra serie de blogs de un año, que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”.  La presencia de un padre importa Muchas personas estarían de acuerdo en que Will Smith hizo su carrera a través de su gran actuación… Read more »

Imagen Personal: Cinco Pasos para Superar la Vergüenza

Ben Bennett, 26 April, 2020

Como mencioné en mi publicación anterior, nuestra vergüenza y nuestra imagen personal juegan un factor importante en los pensamientos y acciones poco saludables con los que luchamos a diario. Muchos de nosotros no nos vemos  todavía a nosotros mismos como Dios nos ve, porque estamos atrapados en vernos como el… Read more »

Tu identidad: ¿Eres un “Pecador sin Valor”?

Ben Bennett, 22 April, 2020

 Durante la mayor parte de mi vida creí que era un pecador sin valor, sólo tolerado por Dios debido a la obra de Jesús en la cruz. Claro, “sabía” que Dios me amaba, pero creía que aún era un “desgraciado” con un valor mínimo. A lo largo de mis años… Read more »

¿Por Qué una Guía de Rompecabezas para la Vida?

Alex McLellan, 16 April, 2020

¡Únete a Alex McLellan mientras explica cómo podemos navegar a través de una vida quebrantada y confusa con ESPERANZA! ¿Por qué una guía de rompecabezas para la vida? Bueno, no es demasiado difícil ver la vida como un rompecabezas gigante. El mayor rompecabezas de todos. Este mundo está quebrantado. La… Read more »

3 Verdades Fundamentales del Cristianismo

Sheri Bell, 15 April, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este, nuestro más reciente post en nuestra serie de blogs de este año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post profundizaremos un poco más en tres verdades fundamentales del cristianismo.  ¿Qué creen básicamente los cristianos? Para empezar, que Dios tiene un… Read more »

¿Por Qué tuvo que Morir Jesús?

Sheri Bell, 8 April, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros a esta, nuestra doceava publicación en la nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación veremos dos respuestas a la pregunta “¿Por qué tuvo que morir Jesús?” Aquí está el por qué de “¿por… Read more »

¿Puede la Ciencia Refutar la Resurrección?

Sheri Bell, 4 April, 2020

El folleto de apologética examina la evidencia fáctica de la resurrección de Jesucristo.  ¿Cómo se puede encontrar una respuesta verdadera a la pregunta de si Jesús se levantó o no de entre los muertos Como dijimos cuando comenzamos esta serie de blogs hace seis días, un historiador crítico verificaría la… Read more »

Teorías de la Resurrección Desmentidas: ¡Cristo Resucita!

Sheri Bell, 3 April, 2020

Las teorías de la resurrección tienen mérito? El folleto de apologética examina la evidencia fáctica de la muerte y resurrección de Jesucristo.   (Página en inglés: josh.org)   En este, nuestro quinto de seis blogs que exploran la validez de la resurrección de Cristo, lo invitamos a considerar la evidencia… Read more »

Tumba Vacía: Detalles de la Resurrección de Cristo

Sheri Bell, 2 April, 2020

En este, nuestro cuarto blog de las seis publicaciones que exploran la validez de la resurrección de Cristo, lo invitamos a considerar la evidencia histórica y objetiva que da a los creyentes la certeza de que Jesús resucitó de la muerte, ¡dejando una tumba vacía como lo prometió! Puede optar… Read more »

Josh nos Pregunta: ¿Por Qué Celebramos la Pascua?

Josh McDowell, 1 April, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros a esta, nuestra más reciente publicación de esta serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. A medida que aumenta nuestra emoción por el enfoque de la de la semana santa y el día de pascua  tengo una pregunta para ustedes:… Read more »

Detalles sobre el Entierro y la Resurrección de Cristo

Sheri Bell, 24 March, 2020

El folleto de apologética examina la evidencia fáctica de la muerte, sepultura y resurrección de Jesucristo En este, nuestro tercer blog de seis publicaciones que exploran la validez de la resurrección de Cristo, lo invitamos a considerar la evidencia histórica y objetiva que da a los creyentes la certeza de… Read more »

Detalles de la Crucifixión en la Resurrección de Cristo

Sheri Bell, 24 March, 2020

En esta, nuestra segunda publicación de los seis blogs que exploran la validez de la resurrección  de Cristo, lo invitamos a considerar la evidencia histórica y objetiva que da a los creyentes la certeza de que Jesús resucitó de entre los muertos, ¡tal como El lo prometió! Si te perdiste… Read more »

¿Se Levantó Jesús Verdaderamente de entre los Muertos?

Sheri Bell, 24 March, 2020

Folleto apologético que examina las evidencias objetivas de la muerte y resurrección de Jesucristo     ¿Cómo uno podría encontrar una respuesta verdadera a la pregunta de si Jesús resucitó o no de entre los muertos? Un historiador crítico verificará la validez de los registros de testigos, confirmará la muerte… Read more »

Esperanza: Pensamiento no Ilusorio para los Cristianos

Sheri Bell, 22 March, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este, nuestro mas reciente post en nuestra serie de blogs que hemos llamado  “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post profundizaremos más en cómo nuestra relación con Dios nos infunde esperanza. Esperanza sobre nuestros pasos en falso del pasado, que Dios puede redimir. Esperanza… Read more »

Razón de Nuestra Esperanza: la Resurrección de Cristo

Sheri Bell, 14 March, 2020

¡Bienvenidos!   Y gracias una vez más por acompañarnos en este noveno post de nuestra nueva serie de blogs de este año llamada “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post, exploraremos la esperanza que nos mantiene a flote debido a la resurrección de Cristo. De la vida a la muerte…. Read more »

Confiando en la Resurrección de Cristo: la Reacción de sus Discípulos

Sheri Bell, 11 March, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en nuestra, octava serie de blogs este año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”.  ¿Podemos depositar nuestra confianza en la resurrección de Cristo? ¿Qué clase de persona asumiría la culpa de algo que no hizo? Cuando encuentres el adjetivo, adjúntalo a Jesús. El tomó… Read more »

Rompiendo la Burbuja Cristiana

Matthew Tingblad, 10 March, 2020

Las universidades cristianas evangélicas privadas pueden ser peligrosas. Yo debería saberlo; estoy terminando mi último semestre en una de estas como estudiante de seminario. No es que no me gusten. De hecho, estoy muy agradecido por la educación que he recibido en mi universidad. Aún más, ¡lo volvería a hacer… Read more »

Tu Propósito: Ganado a través de Conocer a Dios

Alex McLellan, 5 March, 2020

¡Que tal! Y bienvenidos a nuestro séptimo post en nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamamos “Juntos en una Aventura”. En un post reciente, preguntamos y dimos respuesta  a esta pregunta: “¿Podemos confiar en Dios?” En este post veremos cómo nuestra relación con Dios nos ayuda a… Read more »

Cinco Ideas Erróneas de los Cristianos

Matthew Tingblad, 28 February, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros a este, nuestro sexto post de nuestra nueva serie de blogs que tenemos este año y que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post, hablaremos acerca de como la sociedad ve a los cristianos, a menudo a través de una lente… Read more »

El Amor Perdió su Belleza

Austin Fruits, 25 February, 2020

Hace unos años, mi hermana se acercó a mí en el campus de Liberty University, buscando consuelo de su hermano mayor. Un mago acababa de intentar manipular un beso de ella a través de su truco de magia. Ella vino a mí por seguridad y protección. Pero cuando escuché su… Read more »

Gente Feliz y Afectuosa

Josh McDowell, 24 February, 2020

Las personas felices y afectuosas son las que comparten más amor. “Haz todo lo posible por aplicar los beneficios de estas promesas en tu vida”. 2 Pedro 1: 5 Hacia la Plenitud blog #hurthealedwhole Durante más de 50 años, el Ministerio de Josh McDowell ha llevado a los buscadores a… Read more »

Mostrar el Amor de Dios

Josh McDowell, 23 February, 2020

Dios deja en claro que debemos mostrar el amor de Dios, incluso a aquellos que son malos y antipáticos con nosotros. Has oído que la ley de Moisés dice: “Ama a tu prójimo” y odia a tu enemigo. Pero yo digo: ¡amen a sus enemigos! reza por aquellos que te… Read more »

La Deidad de Cristo: ¿Verdadera o Falsa?

Sheri Bell, 22 February, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros a este, nuestro quinto post de esta nueva serie de blogs que tendremos este año y que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post profundizaremos un poco más en sí Jesús afirmó ser Dios. Algunos críticos de la Biblia afirman que Jesús no… Read more »

Un Buen Regalo

Ashley Reed, 19 February, 2020

Solía ​​pensar que el matrimonio era la culminación de la vida. El mejor regalo de la historia. Una vez que te casaste, tu cuento de hadas se completó mientras cabalgabas hacia la puesta de sol con tu verdadero amor.(Gracias, Disney). Siempre he sido una fanática de las comedias románticas. Veo… Read more »

Amor: el Tema de la Vida

Josh McDowell, 17 February, 2020

Las palabras y la vida de Jesús dejan en claro que el amor siempre es perfecto. Es perfecto para todas las personas, para todos los lugares y para todos los tiempos. Jesús respondió: “Ama al Señor tu Dios con todo tu corazón, con todo tu ser y con toda tu… Read more »

El mejor Día de San Valentín

Josh McDowell, 13 February, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros a este, nuestro cuarto post en nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. A medida que se acerca el Día de San Valentín, quiero hacerles esta pregunta: ¿Quién es el autor del mejor Valentine de… Read more »

¿Podemos Confiar en Dios?

Sheri Bell, 20 January, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros a este, nuestro tercer post de nuestra nueva serie de blogs que tendremos este año y que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En este post profundizaremos un poco más acerca de cómo nuestra confianza en Dios afecta nuestra vida cotidiana. Esto es… Read more »

¿Es la Biblia Realidad o Ficción?

Sheri Bell, 13 January, 2020

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en este segundo post de nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. Nuestro objetivo en este post es profundizar más en si podemos confiar en la Biblia. Los contenidos de la Biblia fueron escritos durante más de… Read more »

Escriba Meticuloso, Manuscrito de Confianza

Josh McDowell, 7 January, 2020

Bienvenidos a la primera publicación de esta nueva serie de blogs que hemos titulado “¡Juntos en una Aventura!”. Cada semana veremos nuestras creencias cristianas y si nos ayudan a responder estas cuatro preguntas importantes: “¿Por qué estoy aquí?” “¿Qué es verdad?”, “¿Por qué debo creer esta verdad?”, y “¿Cómo afecta… Read more »

Juntos en una Aventura

Chrissy Gordon, 2 January, 2020

¡Bienvenidos amigos! ¡Estamos muy emocionados de lanzar una nueva serie de blogs llamada Juntos en una Aventura! ¡Estamos encantados de que te unas a nosotros! ¡La vida! ¡Tan llena de preguntas y temores! ¿Sabes que está bien tener dudas, verdad? Y hacer preguntas, ¿incluso de Dios? Como seres humanos, tenemos… Read more »

¿Es Dios racista?

Sheri Bell, 11 December, 2019

Algunos dicen que Dios es un racista. Un racista es aquel que cree que una determinada raza humana es superior a cualquiera o a todas las demás, y que está dotada de una superioridad intrínseca, lo que justifica la discriminación racial. Basados en esta definición, algunos dicen que Dios es… Read more »

¿Es Dios sexista?

Sheri Bell, 11 December, 2019

Los cristianos vemos a Dios a través de un lente completamente diferente que el resto del mundo. Los no creyentes retrataban a Dios de muchas maneras distorsionadas, incluyendo misóginas (que aborrece las mujer), machista, patriarcal y sexista. Al hacerlo, toman las Escrituras completamente fuera de contexto. Tomar la acusación de… Read more »

¿Es alguna verdad solo preferencia personal?

Sheri Bell, 8 December, 2019

Probablemente habrás oído a alguien decir: “Bueno, eso puede ser cierto para ti, pero no lo es para mí.” Detrás de esta frase yace una confusión profundamente asentada entre los conceptos de verdad y creencia. Claramente, todos tenemos derecho a nuestras creencias. Pero, ¿significa eso que tenemos nuestras propias verdades?… Read more »

¿Es realmente posible saber la verdad?

Sheri Bell, 4 December, 2019

Primero, empecemos por definir la verdad. VERDAD Típicamente, se ofrecen dos definiciones para explicar el mismo concepto de verdad. Webster define la verdad como ” fidelidad a un estándar original.”Tú y yo podemos discutir sobre cuál de nuestros relojes es correcto. Pero para saber con seguridad, tendríamos que comparar nuestros… Read more »

¿Creó Dios a otros seres inteligentes además de los humanos?

Sheri Bell, 4 December, 2019

Los científicos dicen que la materia se extiende sobre un espacio de al menos 93 mil millones de años luz. Hay probablemente más de 100 mil millones de galaxias observables en el universo, con un sinnúmero de planetas. ¡Esto es impresionante! Y puede que nos haga preguntarnos, ¿somos los únicos… Read more »

¿Por qué creó Dios a los seres humanos?

Sheri Bell, 1 December, 2019

¿Creó Dios a los humanos porque necesitaba a alguien con quien relacionarse? ¿Estaba aburrido y un día se volvió realmente creativo y produjo un universo que incluía a la gente? Algunos especulan que Dios quería o necesitaba relaciones humanas, así que nos creó para eliminar su soledad. Un gran problema… Read more »

¿Por qué peca la gente hoy en día?

Sheri Bell, 26 November, 2019

Para entender la causa del pecado, necesitamos entender la condición de las personas que pecan. Y no necesitamos mirar más allá de nosotros mismos o de nuestros hijos. Parece ser que, desde la infancia, luchamos por el control para conseguir lo que queremos, cuando lo queremos, y en la forma… Read more »

¿Qué es realmente el mal?

Sheri Bell, 21 November, 2019

El mal es la corrupción de lo que es bueno. La humanidad primero experimentó el mal cuando Adán y Eva eligieron ejercer su libre albedrío y comer de la fruta prohibida. El mal es la corrupción del libre albedrío, que Dios nos dio para que pudiéramos tener la opción de… Read more »

¿De dónde vino el mal?

Sheri Bell, 19 November, 2019

El mal tuvo que venir de alguna parte, ¿verdad? ¿Pero de dónde? Sabemos que Dios es perfectamente bueno y santo, y que no hay maldad en él. Hay la capacidad para el mal en nosotros, sin embargo, como Dios creó a la humanidad con la libertad de elección. El mal… Read more »

¿Puede Dios hacer algo malo, cómo ponerse celoso?

Sheri Bell, 14 November, 2019

La biblia dice que Dios se pone celoso por nosotros. Pero nos enseñaron desde el principio que estar celoso está mal. Así es Dios capaz de hacer el mal? No. Las Escrituras nos, prometen que “Todo lo que el hace es justo y razonable. Él es un Dios fiel que… Read more »

¿Es Dios hombre o mujer?

Sheri Bell, 12 November, 2019

Para hacer la pregunta, “¿es Dios hombre o mujer?”es como preguntar si Dios es diestro o zurdo. O si su lengua materna es el español o el Inglés. Las preguntas son irrelevantes, porque Dios no está limitado por nuestra humanidad. Dios nos creó a su imagen, pero él no es… Read more »

¿Qué Significa que Dios es una Trinidad?

Sheri Bell, 7 November, 2019

La idea de que Dios es tres en uno es confusa para mucha gente. Dios existe como tres personas, pero él es un ser. Cada persona de la Trinidad —el Padre, el hijo, y el Espíritu Santo— tienen una identidad separada mientras que todavía poseen la naturaleza completa de Dios.Jesús… Read more »

¿Quién es el Espíritu Santo?

Sheri Bell, 5 November, 2019

Cuando pensamos en Dios, podemos imaginar al poderoso creador sentado en su trono en el cielo. Podemos pensar en él en forma humana como Jesús, el Salvador del Mundo. ¿Pero lo vemos como el Espíritu Santo? ¿Quién es Dios en la persona del Espíritu Santo? El Espíritu Santo es una… Read more »

¿Cómo es Dios en realidad?

Sheri Bell, 30 October, 2019

Dios es todo bueno, todopoderoso y todo Santo. Cuando miramos al mundo que nos rodea, vislumbramos la naturaleza creativa de Dios y su inconmensurable inmensidad. Pero Dios también se revela a nosotros en la escritura. A través de la palabra de Dios escrita y confiable, obtenemos profundos conocimientos sobre las… Read more »

¿Si Dios es la causa de todo, entonces ¿qué o quién es la causa de Dios?!

Sheri Bell, 27 October, 2019

Una de las preguntas que se hacen los creyentes es, ¿quién o qué es la causa de Dios? La respuesta más simple es decir, Si Dios pudiera ser hecho para existir, entonces él no sería Dios.”Dios es eterno; el tiene vida sin principio ni fin. Porque Dios siempre ha existido,… Read more »

¿Cuál es el argumento de la experiencia personal para la existencia de Dios?

Sheri Bell, 23 October, 2019

Una manera en que podemos saber que Dios existe es a través de la experiencia personal que desarrollamos con él. Pocos de nosotros tenemos la conversión dramática que Pablo experimentó. En efecto, por un tiempo después de pedirle a Jesús que sea nuestro salvador, podemos sentir exactamente lo mismo. No… Read more »

¿Cuál es el argumento de la ley moral para la existencia de Dios?

Sheri Bell, 20 October, 2019

Toda cultura humana conocida por el hombre ha tenido una ley moral. Lo encontramos en los registros de culturas pasadas, así como en todas las sociedades actuales. Estas leyes protegen la vida; ellas gobiernan el matrimonio y las relaciones familiares, condenan el robo, y animan a hacer el bien a… Read more »

¿Por qué es Importante la Resurrección?

JMM Team, 17 October, 2019

La resurrección de Cristo es una necesidad histórica si nuestro destino significa algo en absoluto. “Y si Cristo no ha resucitado, entonces tu fe es inútil, y todavía estás en condenación por tus pecados. . . . Y si solo tenemos esperanza en Cristo en esta vida, somos las personas… Read more »

¿Cuál es el argumento del diseño para la existencia de Dios?

Sheri Bell, 16 October, 2019

El argumento de diseño también se conoce como el argumento teológico. Se basa en la premisa de que el universo demuestra una inmensa complejidad especificada, a través de un Diseñador Inteligente. Considere los lechos de flores en Disney World que claramente se asemejan al ratón. Ciertas flores componen sus ojos,… Read more »

¿Cuál es el primer argumento de primera causa para la existencia de Dios?

Sheri Bell, 13 October, 2019

El argumento de la primera causa, también conocido como el argumento cosmológico, esta basado en una premisa de tres puntas: 1) que todo lo que existe tiene una causa; 2) que el universo comenzó a existir; así que 3) por lo tanto el universo tiene una causa. La base de… Read more »

Josh McDowell: My 3-Pillar Approach to Apologetics

Guest Blogger, 8 October, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post Josh explains his 3-pillar approach to Apologetics.   Click video to watch. Many people ask me, “Josh, you’re an apologist. So why do you talk about sex and… Read more »

¿Qué clase de pruebas hay de la existencia de Dios?

Sheri Bell, 6 October, 2019

La mayoría de la gente en este mundo cree que hay un Dios. Y citan nuestro mundo exquisitamente elaborado como la base de esa creencia. La escritura dice, “A través de todas las cosas que hizo Dios, pueden ver claramente sus cualidades invisibles – su eterno poder y naturaleza divina”… Read more »

¿Está mal tener dudas sobre Dios?

Sheri Bell, 2 October, 2019

Dios quiere que pongamos nuestra fe en él y creamos que él tiene nuestro mejor interés en su corazón. Él quiere que nuestra fe esté asegurada y se profundice por nuestras convicciones. Tener algunas incertidumbres a veces es comprensible, ya que somos humanos. Pero tratar de saber por qué crees… Read more »

¿Se necesita fe para creer en Dios?

Sheri Bell, 29 September, 2019

Primero acordemos lo que es la fe. La Biblia no dice, “aleja tu mente y cree en alguien o algo ciegamente. Más bien, dice, “la fe es la certeza de lo que se espera, la convicción de lo que no se ve (Hebreos 11: 1). Las dos palabras importantes son… Read more »

Josh’s 4 Tips for Resolving Conflict

Guest Blogger, 25 September, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in the year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post Josh McDowell offers us four tips for assessing the source of conflict in our lives. How much do we create ourselves? Photo by Helena Lopes from Pexels Important… Read more »

¿Porqué parece que Dios se oculta de nosotros?

Sheri Bell, 25 September, 2019

Uno de los desafíos de creer primero-y luego confiar-en Dios es que él no es un ser físico. Pero eso es natural. La biblia nos dice que “Dios es Espíritu,  y quienes lo adoran, deben hacerlo en espíritu y en verdad” (Juan 4:24). También Dios nos dice,” no podrás ver… Read more »

Preguntas Profundas Sobre Dios y la Biblia

Josh McDowell, 25 September, 2019

¡Bienvenidos, amigos!  Con este post, vamos a lanzar un nuevo blog en español! ¡Mi equipo de bloggers y yo les guiaremos a través de un viaje de descubrimiento que se enfoca en la verdad de que Dios y que su Palabra pueden ser confiables! Todos tenemos preguntas sobre la vida,… Read more »

Parents: 7 Tips for Great Parenting

Guest Blogger, 18 September, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post Josh shares 7 tips (his “7 A’s”) to help parents develop great relationships with their kids. Good parenting doesn’t just happen, it’s learned. The “7 A’s” include Affirmation,… Read more »

Love Is…

Guest Blogger, 11 September, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us in our latest post in the series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post let’s try to define the word “love.” From movies to music to everyday conversation, we sure do use this word a lot. “I love me some pickle juice!” … “I love… Read more »

Josh’s Special Message to Grandparents!

Guest Blogger, 4 September, 2019

Click to watch video Grandparents, your role is super special! God has given YOU have the unique privilege of having a deep and lasting impact on your grandkids! JOSH: People ask me, “Why do you have an emphasis on grandparents?” Well, I’ve learned over the years that some of the… Read more »

Cultural Tolerance Fails Us

Guest Blogger, 14 August, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, the latest post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post, let’s look at the word “tolerance,” and whether society pushes its intended meaning.  Tolerance, traditionally, is defined as respectfully acknowledging another’s subjective beliefs and opinions — without… Read more »

Showing Christ Relevant to Our Whatever Culture

Guest Blogger, 6 August, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post, Josh shares nine ways he believes that Christians can show Christ relevant to non-believers in our modern “whatever” culture. We can’t just claim, “Christ is truth” anymore,… Read more »

Choosing God’s Boundaries Because We Trust Him

Guest Blogger, 25 July, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, the latest post in our year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” Let’s talk about boundaries, which we need to make good, ethical choices. On what should we base the boundaries we establish in our life? As we mentioned in a recent post,… Read more »

Why We Need to Trust God’s Goodness

Guest Blogger, 16 July, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post let’s discuss why it’s critical that we trust God’s goodness. I don’t know about you, but I find myself cringing when people post on Facebook about their… Read more »

Can We Know Absolute Right From Wrong?

Guest Blogger, 11 July, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in this year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we ask a HUGE question that many believe impossible to answer: “Can we know absolute right from wrong?” Let’s cut to the chase on answering this, as we… Read more »

Connections: Build and Improve Relationships

Guest Blogger, 27 June, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post let’s talk about our huge need for real and deep connections. As a kid, I had the rare privilege to grow up next door to my best… Read more »

Parents: 5 Delusions That Hurt Your Relationship With Your Kids

Guest Blogger, 19 June, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” Here Josh McDowell shares five parenting delusions that sabotage parents in having a close relationship with their kids. √ An important take-away: As parents, we can’t give what we don’t have,… Read more »

Josh’s Special Message to Dads

Guest Blogger, 13 June, 2019

Click to watch video Happy Dad’s Day! Are you aware that the latest research, say in about the last 10 to 15 years, has reversed 300 years of thinking? We used to say that moms were the more critical caregiver as kids were growing up. But researchers now say that… Read more »

Alex’s Special Message About Fathers

Guest Blogger, 3 June, 2019

I remember when “Happy Father’s Day!” wasn’t so happy for me. Hi, I’m Alex McLellan with Josh McDowell Ministry. I was three years old when my non-Christian parents got divorced, and my sister and I went to live with my mother. For the next six years, Happy Father’s Day wasn’t… Read more »

Find Confidence In Being Authentic

Guest Blogger, 16 May, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in the year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post let’s talk about how we must learn to accept and appreciate every quirky bit of ourselves, to truly reflect God’s love. Folks, freedom awaits us when we bravely… Read more »

Self-Image: See Yourself as God Sees You

Guest Blogger, 13 May, 2019

Welcome to another post in our new year-long blog series, “Journey Together,” where we answer questions about God, relationships, and life! Hi there! We’re Jennifer Davis and Anne Clark. Having the opportunity to work with Josh McDowell, we’ve learned just how important self-image is. Josh says it affects every relationship… Read more »

Josh’s Special Mother’s Day Message

Guest Blogger, 10 May, 2019

Click to watch video | Transcript Moms, you deserve honor and affirmation every day, not just one day of the year! So Happy Mother’s Day, 365 days a year! “Hi, Mom!” You know what’s interesting to me? That in all my years of watching sports, whenever the television camera keyed… Read more »

God: Our Relevant Father

Guest Blogger, 6 May, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our 16th post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we reflect on the relevance of our loving Father. A Father’s Presence Matters Many people would agree that Will Smith made his career through his great performance… Read more »

5 Attributes of God: Viewing God Correctly

Guest Blogger, 22 April, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our fourteenth post in the year-long blog series we launched in January that we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we ponder five attributes of God. We can know Him! God lives up to His promises because His character never changes. His faithfulnesses,… Read more »

5 Atributos de Dios: Ver a Dios Correctamente

Sheri Bell, 22 April, 2019

¡Bienvenidos! Y gracias por unirse a nosotros para esta,  publicación en la serie de blogs de este año que lanzamos en enero y que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación reflexionamos sobre cinco atributos de Dios. ¡Podemos conocerlo! Dios cumple sus promesas porque su carácter nunca cambia…. Read more »

Why a Jigsaw Guide to Life?

Guest Blogger, 16 April, 2019

Join Alex McLellan as he explains how we can navigate through a broken and confusing life with HOPE! Why a Jigsaw Guide to Life? Well, it’s not too difficult to look at life like a giant jigsaw puzzle. The biggest puzzle of them all. This world is broken. Life is… Read more »

3 Foundational Truths of Christianity

Guest Blogger, 15 April, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our thirteenth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we’ll dive a bit further into three foundational truths of  Christianity. What do Christians basically believe? For starters, that God has a wonderful plan for humanity –… Read more »

Why Did Jesus Have to Die?

Guest Blogger, 8 April, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our twelfth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we’ll look at two answers for the question “Why did Jesus have to die?” Here’s why the “Why did Jesus have to die?” question is critical: if… Read more »

Josh Asks: Why Celebrate Easter?

Guest Blogger, 1 April, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our eleventh post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.”  As our excitement for Easter’s approach builds, I have a question for you: What should be our focus? The story of a chocolate-totting bunny? Or, maybe, the sweetest love ever?… Read more »

Hope: Not Wishful Thinking For Christians

Guest Blogger, 22 March, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our latest post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we’ll dive a bit further into how our relationship with God infuses us with hope. Hope over our missteps of the past, which God can redeem. Hope… Read more »

Reason for Our Hope: Christ’s Resurrection

Guest Blogger, 14 March, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, the ninth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post let’s explore the hope that buoys us because of Christ’s resurrection. Life to death. The exact moment that our earthly constraints unchain and our eyes open to the majesty… Read more »

Trusting in Christ’s Resurrection: The Disciples’ Reaction

Guest Blogger, 11 March, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, the eighth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” Can we can place our trust in Christ’s resurrection? What kind of person would take the blame for something he didn’t do? When you find the adjective, attach it to… Read more »

Your Purpose: Gained Through Knowing God

Guest Blogger, 5 March, 2019

Howdy! Welcome to our seventh post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In a recent post we asked and answered the question, “Can we can trust God?” In this post we look at how our relationship with God helps us to discover our life purpose. A jigsaw guide to… Read more »

Five Misconceptions of Christians

Guest Blogger, 28 February, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, the sixth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post let’s talk about how Christians are viewed by society — often through a distorted lens. We are bombarded with so much false information that we lazily accept as… Read more »

Deity of Christ: True or False?

Guest Blogger, 22 February, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our fifth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we’ll dive a bit further into whether Jesus claimed to be God. Some Bible critics assert that Jesus didn't say He was God. Not true. In the… Read more »

The Best Valentine Ever

Guest Blogger, 13 February, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our fourth post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, I want to ask you this question: Who is the author of the best Valentine ever? Shakespeare? Keats? Dickinson? Nope! Valentine’s Day. Just mentioning those… Read more »

Can We Trust God?

Guest Blogger, 20 January, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our third post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post we’ll dive a bit further into how our trusting God affects our everyday life. So here’s the thing: many of us don’t trust God. I’ll go a… Read more »

Is the Bible Fact or Fiction?

Guest Blogger, 13 January, 2019

Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, our second post in our year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” Our aim in this post is to dive further into whether we can trust the Bible. The contents of the Bible were written over a period of over 1500 years, by… Read more »

Meticulous Scribe, Trusted Manuscript

Guest Blogger, 7 January, 2019

Welcome to the first post in this series we’ve titled “Journey Together!” Each week we’ll look at our Christian beliefs, and whether they help us to answer these four important questions: “Why am I here?,” “What is truth?,” “Why should I believe this truth?,” and “How does this truth affect… Read more »

Journey Together

Guest Blogger, 1 January, 2019

Welcome, friends! We’re so excited about this Journey Together blog series! We’re thrilled to have you join us! Life! So full of questions and fears! You know it’s ok to have doubts, right? And to ask questions — even of God? As humans, we have an insatiable thirst for knowledge and… Read more »

Resurrección de Jesús: Hechos Previos a la Resurrección

Sheri Bell, 18 April, 2018

La resurrección de Jesús es crítica para la fe cristiana; sin ella, no tenemos mucho fundamento para creer que Jesús fue y es Dios. #luzenlaoscuridad Sin embargo, la resurrección es uno de los temas más candentes del cristianismo. Los escépticos argumentan que no es demostrable. ¿Pero es eso cierto? Veamos… Read more »

Resurrección de Jesús: Código Crítico

Sheri Bell, 11 April, 2018

¿Su resurrección realmente importa? Por supuesto! Más que cachorros, chocolates y gloriosos atardeceres, o lo que sea que capture tu corazón y te detenga en seco. Si Jesús no resucitó, no tenemos fundamento para nuestra fe. Y si basamos con credibilidad nuestras vidas en un cuento de hadas, ¡por seguro… Read more »

Resurrección de Jesús: ¿Engaño o Verdad?

Sheri Bell, 4 April, 2018

Porqué la resurrección es importante. Los cristianos creen que la resurrección es verdadera, y que los relatos históricos de la misma han proporcionado evidencia adecuada para certificarla como un evento real. ¿Por qué es tan importante la resurrección? Porque sin ella, nuestra fe no tiene base. El apóstol Pablo suspende… Read more »

Everyone Loves Sex: So Why Wait? Interview with Author Bryan Sands.

Sean McDowell, 18 February, 2018

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here]   I recently received a book in the mail called Everyone Loves Sex: So Why Wait? by Bryan Sands. Given that my father launched the “Why Wait” sexual purity movement in the 1980s, when I was in my early teen years, I was curious to… Read more »

8 Inconvenient Truths about Pornography

Sean McDowell, 11 February, 2018

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here]   For the past few years, I have been speaking and writing about the dangers of pornography. Although I have read dozens of books about the effects of porn, I recently heard Matt Fradd discuss it on Unbelievable? radio and decided to pick… Read more »

No Longer Alone

Abigail Biggs, 8 February, 2018

I was wondering if you could let Josh McDowell know how much his talk at Lancaster Day of Prayer meant to me. Hearing his life’s story struck a chord with me. So similar and so different. You see I came from an abusive Christian home. I was forced by family… Read more »

How Do You Best Prepare Students for College? Interview with Author Jonathan Morrow.

Sean McDowell, 4 February, 2018

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here.] Jonathan Morrow is one of the top communicators for both students and adults on apologetics and cultural issues. He is adjunct professor of Apologetics at Biola University (with me!) and director of cultural engagement at Impact 360 Institute where he teaches high school… Read more »

What is True Tolerance? Quick Video

Sean McDowell, 28 January, 2018

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here] Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, best-selling author, popular speaker, part-time high school teacher, and the Resident Scholar for Summit Ministries, California. Follow him on Twitter: @sean_mcdowell and his blog: seanmcdowell.org.

Set Free by Faith

Abigail Biggs, 25 January, 2018

From our staff: “At a conference we met a missionary to Wales who shared this incredible story of how our ministry is making a difference in unlikely ways: “A prostitute in Wales had been given a copy of Josh’s book, More Than a Carpenter. She read it, was convicted of… Read more »

Opening Eyes

Abigail Biggs, 11 January, 2018

From our staff: “Once, Josh and I were in Vancouver, B.C. for a  conference. Almost 2,500 Canadians came from all over the area (some drove 24 hours) to attend this conference titled “Hidden in Plain Sight.” Josh spoke at the opening and closing sessions, presented at a workshop, and spoke… Read more »

Books for the Batboy

Abigail Biggs, 28 December, 2017

From our staff: Recently, we held an Apologetics Seminar at a church in California. One of the people helping me for the weekend was Dan, the Missions Pastor at the church. He shared his story with me of how our ministry influenced his life: “I grew up in a religiously… Read more »

Answers within Reach

Abigail Biggs, 14 December, 2017

Dear Josh: I wanted to write and tell you what an amazing impact your book, “More Than a Carpenter” has had on me and my youth ministry. It is a great resource for high school and college youth pastors and youth leaders. I am a youth leader at my local… Read more »

“Carpenter” in France

Abigail Biggs, 30 November, 2017

“More than a Carpenter” has been given away on campus, at special Christmas and Easter events, at doctor’s appointments, and in various other situations, and we are so excited to see the interest people have shown, especially because it is definitely not the expected typical French response. “We gave about… Read more »

Indestructible Joy

Abigail Biggs, 16 November, 2017

Josh:   I have a great story to tell, and will try to give you the very abbreviated version here. Around 2006 a business acquaintance, John, and I got acquainted on a more personal level, and went on a few dates. About a week into this ‘dating’ phase, I learned… Read more »

Easy-to-Understand Truth

Abigail Biggs, 2 November, 2017

The first book I read by Josh McDowell was in May 2016.  It was The Witness.  Right after, I devoured Josh’s biography Undaunted.  This book completely inspired me!  Christians also need inspiration from time to time! I made a firm decision that I will use the book Undaunted to the maximum as… Read more »

Does the Bible Have Contradictions?

Sean McDowell, 29 October, 2017

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here] Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, best-selling author, popular speaker, part-time high school teacher, and the Resident Scholar for Summit Ministries, California. Follow him on Twitter: @sean_mcdowell and his blog: seanmcdowell.org.

Inter-Generational Ministry

Abigail Biggs, 19 October, 2017

From one of our staff: Once we were in Lafayette, LA, where Josh spoke at a conference. While there I had several people share how our ministry has impacted their life and the life of their families. One woman told me that her sons were heavily influenced by Josh (and… Read more »

What is the Core Reason Kids Leave the Faith?

Sean McDowell, 8 October, 2017

[Original Post by Sean McDowell] There has been a lot of discussion recently about why kids leave the faith. People have rightly drawn attention to the role of poor theology, the importance of kids owning their faith, the significance of intellectual issues such as the apparent tension between science and… Read more »

Answers on YouTube

Abigail Biggs, 5 October, 2017

Hello there! I would just like to thank you for posting videos of Mr. McDowell on YouTube. My 7-year-old son loves to hear the Bible and asks wonderful questions. Recently he asked how we can know that the copy of Matthew we read is what Matthew wrote down. It was… Read more »

Do Miracles Still Happen Today?

Sean McDowell, 24 September, 2017

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here] Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, best-selling author, popular speaker, part-time high school teacher, and the Resident Scholar for Summit Ministries, California. Follow him on Twitter: @sean_mcdowell and his blog: seanmcdowell.org.

Teaching Teens

Abigail Biggs, 21 September, 2017

Josh, Just wanted to say, I was a student of yours for years, and an intern for a summer. Ten years later you remembered who I was. Just thought I’d say thank you for remembering, and not being afraid to teach teenagers heavy apologetics on a level they could understand…. Read more »

A Word From Mrs. Clark

Guest Blogger, 16 September, 2017

Mrs. Clark on her 7th Grade Bible Class: “Don’t Check Your Brains At the Door” As a 7th grade Bible teacher, I have the privilege of working with students each and every day as they grow in their faith, as they ask tough questions and as they deal with tough… Read more »

Trinton, Daniel and Abbi Do the Math

Guest Blogger, 9 September, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Hide ‘n Seek? The Stolen Body Myth This myth is about people saying Jesus’s body supposedly got stolen. But how could Jesus’ body get stolen – with the 16 guards, 4 on duty and the other 12 sleeping? They say the disciples played… Read more »

Always Hope

Abigail Biggs, 7 September, 2017

Dear Josh, I just finished reading your book, Undaunted. Our lives have been inter-twined for a number of decades. I went to Talbot shortly after you did and we had the same typist for our thesis. I did mine on the same subject—so much so that it looked like I… Read more »

Sebastian and Julian: Would You Die for a Lie?

Guest Blogger, 2 September, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Hide ‘n Seek? The Stolen Body Myth     The stolen body myth is about how some non-Christians believe the body of Jesus Christ was stolen by the disciples and later hidden. (Which is not a realistic theory to say the least). Jesus… Read more »

Abigail and Will: Theft Impossible

Guest Blogger, 26 August, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Hide ‘n Seek? The Stolen Body Myth     “You know, Jesus really didn’t really rise from the dead. People just stole his body and claimed he rose from the dead.” This is what many people believe, but it was impossible to steal… Read more »

Appreciation for Decades of Ministry

Abigail Biggs, 24 August, 2017

Josh, Turning 65 this year, I’m trying to make sure some of my heroes know how much they have impacted me. Since 1973, when one of my students at a Christian high school gave me a copy of More Than a Carpenter, I have undoubtedly invoked your name, shared your… Read more »

2 Lessons from Living on Skid Row

Sean McDowell, 20 August, 2017

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here.] Recently I had the opportunity of co-leading a trip of 30+ high school students to stay at the Union Rescue Mission on Skid Row for three days. The students served meals in the kitchen, played Bingo with Mission residents, cleaned, played with children,… Read more »

Karlene, Lizzie and Karissa: Blind Man’s Bluff

Guest Blogger, 19 August, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Blind Man’s Bluff The Wrong Tomb Myth     The Wrong Tomb Myth states that the empty tomb was not Jesus’, and His body was in His real tomb, which had gotten mixed up with the empty tomb. This could seem logical, but… Read more »

Jake, Adam and Lexi: Really Dead, Really Alive

Guest Blogger, 12 August, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Playing Dead The Swoon Myth   We as Christians know that Jesus was a real person and did have a real body because He rose from the dead and He let Thomas, His disciple, touch the wounds on His hand and the wound… Read more »

A Much-Needed Wake Up Call

Abigail Biggs, 10 August, 2017

Dear Mr. McDowell, Well done Sir!!!!!! I have been sounding the trumpet on this topic [pornography] for the past 10 years.  We hit it hard in our confirmation program [at our church] (6th through 9th grade.). However, in recent years, I have been convicted that our efforts are coming too… Read more »

Why Being “Blessed” is Better than Being “Happy”

Sean McDowell, 6 August, 2017

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here.] Our culture is obsessed with happiness. From the movies we watch, the purchases we make, and our obsessive use of technology and social media, it is clear that many people today live for happiness. You might be thinking, “So what? Isn’t happiness a… Read more »

Lizzie and Wyatt: 39 Lashes and a Spear

Guest Blogger, 5 August, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Playing Dead The Swoon Myth   The Swoon Theory is about Jesus possibly not fully dying and just playing dead during his crucifixion. However, we can with confidence state that this theory is false! First of all, we know that the centurion, whose… Read more »

Coaching Basketball and the Word

Abigail Biggs, 1 August, 2017

Coleen knew she was taking a risk. Sharing her faith in the closed country in Central Asia where she was serving as a teacher and coach could get her thrown out of the country — or even arrested. In this region of the world, there is one dominant religion. Other… Read more »

Why Are Christians So Easily Offended? Quick VIDEO

Sean McDowell, 30 July, 2017

[Original post by Sean McDowell found here] Sean McDowell, Ph.D. is a professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, best-selling author, popular speaker, part-time high school teacher, and the Resident Scholar for Summit Ministries, California. Follow him on Twitter: @sean_mcdowell and his blog: seanmcdowell.org.

Maddie and Marshall on the Crucifixion

Guest Blogger, 28 July, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Playing Dead The Swoon Myth   The Swoon Myth is the thought that Jesus never really died. The myth states that Jesus merely passed out and the disciples took him from the grave. This is obviously false, not only did Mary Magdalene and… Read more »

“Thousands of People Watching”–Samantha and Reed on the Witnesses

Guest Blogger, 22 July, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Changing Fact to Fiction The Myths and Legends Myth   RABBI HEALS A BLIND MAN! Can you imagine that as a headline in the Galilee daily news? Well, it may seem crazy, but we know it is %100 true! Honestly, it can sound… Read more »

Caden and Karlene on Real Miracles

Guest Blogger, 15 July, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Changing Fact to Fiction The Myths and Legends Myth   This myth is saying that the miracles that were written in the Bible were just made up stories or myths or folklore. Well,  all those miracles really happened. People think that walking on… Read more »

Madison and Daniel on True Stories

Guest Blogger, 8 July, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: Changing Fact to Fiction The Myths and Legends Myth     The Bible is pretty extraordinary and tells the best stories. The Bible states pure facts about God the Father and His Son Jesus who died on the cross for us. Over the… Read more »

GiveMoreThanACarpenter

Guest Blogger, 7 July, 2017

5 Game-Changing Books to Read this Summer

Sean McDowell, 2 July, 2017

[Original Post by Sean McDowell]   I love reading. And what better time is there to read than summer? While there are certainly plenty of good books to read, here are five of my personal favorites. While they tend to be in the category of apologetics and culture, these books… Read more »

Xiomara Debunks the “Variant Reading Myth”

Guest Blogger, 1 July, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   In chapter 11 we learned about the Bible and how truly reliable it is. Some people might think it’s old so it can’t all be true, or that some things were lost… Read more »

3 Potential Threats to Watch Out for on Social Media

Abigail Biggs, 1 July, 2017

3 Potential Threats to Watch Out for on Social Media by Brian Reed on Hootsuite   For marketers, investing in social media means exposure; exposure to new prospects, exposure to new followers and influencers, exposure for the brand, and exposure to a significant return on investment (ROI). All signs point… Read more »

Paige and Samantha on the Proof of God’s Word

Guest Blogger, 24 June, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   Some people say that the Bible is kind of like the telephone game.  They think that what we read now is not the exact same thing that was written thousands of years ago…. Read more »

Kole on the Gold Standard

Guest Blogger, 17 June, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   The Telephone Game is a team building activity where a group of people get in a line and a message is passed down the line. As the phrase is passed down the… Read more »

Rebekah and Campbell: Bible is in a “league of its own”

Guest Blogger, 10 June, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   Some people think the Bible is similar to the telephone game.  Like the telephone game, it is believed that the Bible is different than it was thousands of years ago. The original… Read more »

Avery: “How’s THAT for precision?”

Guest Blogger, 3 June, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   The Bible is the most reliable source in the world. It is translated into almost every language, too. The Bible is commonly thought to have errors just as the telephone game works…. Read more »

Make a Family Communication Plan

Abigail Biggs, 1 June, 2017

If and when disaster strikes, your family may not be all in one spot. Plan ahead now and make sure everyone in your family knows how get in touch and let you know they’re okay, where you will all meet during an emergency, and how to get there. Further details… Read more »

GiveToMiddleEast

Guest Blogger, 27 May, 2017

Alex and Adam on the Reliability of the Bible

Guest Blogger, 27 May, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   When you ask some people about the Bible, some might say, “it’s pretty cool, there’s some good stuff in it, but some of it can’t be true.” You may ask a teacher about the… Read more »

From Successful Businessman to Seminary Graduate

JMM Team, 26 May, 2017

Mr. Z had it all — or so it seemed. A wealthy and successful businessman, he owned his own construction company in East Asia. As a young man, he was proud of the many goals he had accomplished — a thriving business, a large bank account, a close circle of… Read more »

coffeehouse

Guest Blogger, 22 May, 2017

Angelina on Bible Discoveries

Guest Blogger, 20 May, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth states that the Bible is just another book. This can be debunked because of many discoveries that show that the events are historically correct. People also don’t understand that every author in the Bible agree… Read more »

Elizabeth on God’s Ultimate Book

Guest Blogger, 13 May, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth The Bible. One of the greatest books ever to be written. Some say it’s just one of those great books that you read once and put it on the shelf to collect dust. Just another book. That’s a… Read more »

GiveToFuturePastors

Guest Blogger, 9 May, 2017

Grant: The Bible is for Daily Use

Guest Blogger, 6 May, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth In this week’s myth it talked about the holy book, the Bible. One myth about the Bible is that it is just another good book in the world. I disagree strongly with that. People say they have a… Read more »

Abigail on “The Bible and the Telephone Game”

JMM Team, 30 April, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Bible and the Telephone Game The Variant Reading Myth   Many times you hear that people think that only some of the Bible is true. Sometimes their reasoning for that is that the Bible is not the same as it was back… Read more »

Roman on the “Just-Another-Great-Book” Myth

Guest Blogger, 29 April, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth A lot of people in this world think that the Bible is just another book on the shelf. They think it’s just like the Odyssey or Iliad, and even Shakespeare’s writings but not as important. This is very… Read more »

You never know where a book you give might travel

JMM Team, 28 April, 2017

You never know where a book you give might travel — or who it might impact with the message of Jesus Christ. Every summer, thousands of people from North Africa and the Middle East cross the Mediterranean Sea by ferry to vacation in Europe. When it’s time to return home,… Read more »

GiveToEgypt

Guest Blogger, 26 April, 2017

Sammie on the Special Book

Guest Blogger, 22 April, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth The Bible may be a book but it is not an ordinary book. Yes, all books have chapters, page numbers, and words and yes the Bible consists of these things but still it doesn’t make it an ordinary… Read more »

SetFreeJourney

JMM Team, 20 April, 2017

Campbell on Treasuring the Bible

Guest Blogger, 15 April, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth     The Bible is the most holy, true, and miraculous book ever known to man. Yet still, some people believe otherwise. Even though the Bible is full of many true miracles, some people consider it a fable,… Read more »

GiveToPortCities

Amanda DeWitt, 11 April, 2017

Jaden on God’s Best Tool for Us

Guest Blogger, 8 April, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth   The myth in this chapter is that the Holy Bible is just another great book among many. The Bible is the greatest book of all. One of many incredible ways to prove the Bible’s uniqueness is how… Read more »

give-to-port-cities

Guest Blogger, 7 April, 2017

The Problem of Natural Disasters

Matthew Tingblad, 6 April, 2017

Many of us are familiar with the so-called Problem of Evil. If God is all-loving, all-powerful, and all-knowing, why is there evil in the world? This question is so important for any Christian to ask. Thankfully, thoughtful responses to this enigma have produced volumes of material. In a nutshell, we see evil in this world… Read more »

Karlene on the Bible That Gives Us Purpose

Guest Blogger, 1 April, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth The One Among Many myth talks about how the Bible is just like all other great books in history, like Shakespeare, the Iliad, and the Odyssey. They couldn’t be more wrong. The Bible is not just another “great… Read more »

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JMM Team, 31 March, 2017

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JMM Team, 29 March, 2017

Samantha on God-Breathed Word of God

Guest Blogger, 25 March, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth 2 Timothy 3:16-17 says, “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness.” It explains many times in the Bible the importance of the Bible but most importantly — that nothing compares… Read more »

Sutton on The Greatest Book Ever

Guest Blogger, 18 March, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth Psalms 119: 114 says, “You are my refuge and my shield; I have put my hope in your word.” This verse alone debunks one whole myth. The myth assumes that the Bible isn’t the greatest book, but simply… Read more »

Emma on Why Bible is Not “Just Another Story”

Guest Blogger, 11 March, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth This weeks chapter, One Among Many, explains how people think of the Bible as just another book. The writers use the example of a professor who keeps his dusty, unused Bible, just sitting along his shelves with some… Read more »

Isn’t there Slave Brutality in the Old Testament?

Matthew Tingblad, 6 March, 2017

I got an email from a student asking about something his humanities professor said. Apparently, this professor told his class that the Bible says you can beat your slave within an inch of his life and remain innocent as long as he doesn’t die within 48 hours. The student was rather… Read more »

Lawerence on One Unfolding Story

Guest Blogger, 4 March, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth   The just-another-great-book myth says the Bible is just another great book like the Iliad or Odyssey. This myth can be refuted. Books take a long time to write, even a lifetime.  The Bible was written over a… Read more »

Reaching into Closed Countries One Conversation at a Time

JMM Team, 28 February, 2017

Each year, thousands of people from the Middle East travel to European cities for work, vacation, shopping, medical purposes and more. It’s in this time of freedom from their home countries that our Gulf Partnership Outreach teams approach tens of thousands of people with the truth about Jesus — talking… Read more »

Abigail: Bible Written With God’s Help

Guest Blogger, 25 February, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   One Among Many The Just-Another-Great-Book Myth People say the Bible is a great book that was written by just another author. Some think that it is a book of guessing of what is to come. But the Bible is a book of overwhelming… Read more »

Reaching the “Unreachable” with the Gospel

JMM Team, 21 February, 2017

Omar* from the Middle East was one of the first to come to faith through the Gulf Partnership Outreach. Last summer he joined our outreach teams to help reach his fellow countrymen and was amazed at the opportunities he had to share the truth.  The Gulf Partnership Outreach grew out… Read more »

Comparing Religions

Abigail Biggs, 14 February, 2017

Iskandar is a scientist and philosopher in the Middle East. He was comparing different religions and trying to find the only true religion. When he visited one of our staff, he received the More Than a Carpenter book. He studied it for a long time and he was surprised by the facts… Read more »

Elizabeth on “The Father Christmas Myth”

Guest Blogger, 11 February, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Vending Machine God The Father Christmas Myth   “In Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door, this chapter talks about a 7 year old boy asking for God to prove himself. The boy kneels next to his bed asking for 1… Read more »

Samantha on “The Killjoy Myth”

Guest Blogger, 11 February, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Cosmic Cop The Killjoy Myth   “‘Wee woo wee woo…’ “The terrifying sound blasted from the intimidating cop car, or what some think is the sound of God turning on His punishment sirens. “The ‘cosmic cop,’ the ‘punishment police,’ the ‘killjoy king’–whatever He… Read more »

Far from Everywhere

Abigail Biggs, 7 February, 2017

Rukshona was born in a remote mountainous village. She had never left her village and grew up in a very conservative culture and strict religious environment. The conditions for life were very difficult. They had no running water, no bathrooms. One day a mudslide came down on the village. Most… Read more »

Maddison on “The Killjoy Myth”

Guest Blogger, 4 February, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Cosmic Cop The Killjoy Myth     “Is God a cosmic cop? Is He a police officer who never lets us have any fun? “God is a cosmic killjoy. The devil is just a guy who wanders the earth trying to make… Read more »

33rd Street Prison

Abigail Biggs, 31 January, 2017

We went on a ministry trip to the 33rd Street prison in Orlando Florida. Some others who had gone to minister in this prison before informed us that nothing could be brought into the prison with us.  Even our car keys and drivers licenses had to be left with the… Read more »

Victoria on “The Killjoy Myth”

Guest Blogger, 28 January, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Cosmic Cop The Killjoy Myth   “‘The Killjoy Myth’ claims that God steals the joy out of a Christian life. “This is false. God IS our joy. “Satan is the one who steals our joy. 1 Peter 5:8 states that he is… Read more »

Will It Take a Miracle to Stop Using Porn?

Guest Blogger, 24 January, 2017

So, you think it will take a miracle for you to recover from your sexual brokenness fully? You have asked Him for that miracle many times and yet are still struggling. Maybe you have lost hope and resigned to a life of sexual sin. Ok … I saw you roll… Read more »

Books on the Subway

Abigail Biggs, 24 January, 2017

Over 20 years ago in Russia, Stas and I, along with the Josh McDowell Ministry and hundreds of American volunteers, had the honor of planting seeds throughout the former Soviet Union. The doors of Russia had just opened. For the first time the Soviet people were free to hear the… Read more »

No One is Immune

Abigail Biggs, 24 January, 2017

YouTube comment from Moody Founder’s week 2015 talk: Excellent! Everyone needs to hear this and I’m so thankful that he’s addressed this issue [pornography] so openly. I practiced as a marriage and family therapist for 12 years and the number ONE issue was this issue and we’re talking Christians.  I… Read more »

Trace on “The Killjoy Myth”

Guest Blogger, 21 January, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Cosmic Cop The Killjoy Myth   “‘The Killjoy Myth’ states that God is like the ‘Fun Police.’ He doesn’t allow us to have any fun. “We think ‘God just wants to spoil it for us,’ as Don’t Check Your Brains at the… Read more »

CJ on “The Father Christmas Myth”

Guest Blogger, 14 January, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Vending Machine God The Father Christmas Myth   “‘The Vending Machine God’ myth is a myth that states God will give you anything you ask for. He is a Father Christmas sort of figure, and he will give you anything you… Read more »

Elliott on “The Killjoy Myth”

Guest Blogger, 11 January, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses: The Cosmic Cop The Killjoy Myth “According to this myth, God is a ‘cosmic cop’ standing in the center of the universe punishing people. “People think that God is some authoritative figure striking people down with lightning if they do wrong. This myth is… Read more »

The FEMA App

Abigail Biggs, 11 January, 2017

Weather the Storm: Download the FEMA App The FEMA app is your one-stop-shop with tools and tips to keep you safe before, during, and after disasters. Stay updated with weather-related alerts from the U.S. National Weather Service. Upload and share your disaster photos to help out emergency managers. Save a… Read more »

Make a Personal Evacuation Plan

Abigail Biggs, 11 January, 2017

Emergencies generally come without warning. Prepare today so you are not left scrambling and confused in the event of a disaster.   Take a moment to look at Google Maps, and plan three separate routes home from work.   Take another moment to fill out FEMA’s Commuter Emergency Plan, print… Read more »

Winter is a Killer: Simple Steps to Stay Safe

Abigail Biggs, 10 January, 2017

Content courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “On average, weather-related vehicle crashes kill 6,253 people and injure more than 480,000 each year, according to the Department of Transportation. Most of these accidents occur when the roadways are wet, snowy or icy. When the weather takes a turn for… Read more »

Passing on the Calling

Abigail Biggs, 10 January, 2017

My name is Bran.  I went to Belarus and Russia with Operation Carelift (and later GAiN) many times over.  The Lord used those trips in so many ways in my life.  He planted a love for the Russian people—especially her orphans—in my heart, as well as a love for missions…. Read more »

Abbi on “The Father Christmas Myth”

Guest Blogger, 7 January, 2017

Mrs. Clark’s 7th Grade Bible Class Discusses:   The Vending Machine God The Father Christmas Myth   “‘The Vending Machine God’ is about people thinking that God will answer any question they have, or give them anything that they are wishing for. People believe if they try hard enough God… Read more »

A Timely Message

Abigail Biggs, 3 January, 2017

David Limbaugh highlights Josh McDowell’s message about cultural ‘perfect storm’ I’ve always felt as if I’ve known renowned Christian apologist Josh McDowell through his many excellent books, but I finally got to meet him in the flesh, and what a blessing it was. As I mention in my latest book,… Read more »

If You See Something, Say Something.

Abigail Biggs, 1 January, 2017

The Department of Homeland Security is sponsoring a campaign called “See Something, Say Something.” If it’s an emergency, call 9-1-1. If you’ve seen something suspicious or concerning, but you aren’t sure whether it’s a problem, don’t be silent about it. It’s not your job to determine whether or not the… Read more »

New Years Resolution 2017–Resolve to be Ready!

Abigail Biggs, 1 January, 2017

This New Year, make a new resolution: View in FEMA Multimedia Library 10 resolutions you can make to ensure you are prepared for an emergency: 1. Assemble and update emergency supplies 2. Make an emergency kit for your pet(s) 3. Document and insure property 4. Safeguard documents 5. Have a communications plan 6. Access alerts and… Read more »

The Case for Dedicated Dads

Abigail Biggs, 29 December, 2016

Fathers who get involved in their kids’ education have a big effect on the health, academic success, and happiness of their sons and daughters.   The Case for Dedicated Dads by Jessica Lahey for the Atlantic   One out of every three American children grows up without a biological father. These 24… Read more »

Do We Really Live In A “Post-Truth” World?

Sean McDowell, 27 December, 2016

PHOTO CREDIT MIKE LICHT [Original Post by Sean McDowell  It’s official. The 2016 word of the year is “post-truth.” Last year it was an emoji. In 2014 the word was “vape.” And in 2013 it was “selfie.” With the truth twisting, emotional appeals, and personal attacks that characterized this past… Read more »

What Child Is This Anyway?

Guest Blogger, 22 December, 2016

This season, don’t run from questions about the origins of Christmas. Use them to point people in the right direction. A couple of years ago as we were setting up for our Living Nativity, I was wrapping a towel around the doll we were going to use for the infant… Read more »

Ten Areas Where Pastors Need to Be Trained for the 21st Century

Abigail Biggs, 22 December, 2016

The American culture has shifted dramatically in a relatively short period. From shifting social rules and cultural expectations to new, pervasive technologies, the pastors of today are facing a different world than their predecessors. Besides the obvious and always-necessary training in unchanging, Biblical truth, what tools and training do pastors… Read more »

Filling Our Three Deepest Needs in 2017

Sheri Bell, 21 December, 2016

Are Our Deepest Needs Fillable?   As New Year’s Eve approaches, many of us feel the weight of expected self-reflection and new year resolutions. What’s going right in our lives? What needs to be tweaked? What’s definitely not working? Do we have the friends we want? The significant other we crave? The prestige and financial… Read more »

Cultural tolerance Wrap-Up: What Have We Learned?

Sheri Bell, 20 December, 2016

As Christians, we are to reflect God’s light. With this, our thirtieth blog post on the topic of cultural tolerance, we conclude our series based on the book The Beauty of Intolerance. As Top Ten lists are so popular, let’s use that format to remind ourselves of some of the important things we’ve learned about… Read more »

Should Christians Be Tolerant or Intolerant? Interview with Josh McDowell

Sean McDowell, 18 December, 2016

[Original post by Sean McDowell] SEAN: Dad, what is tolerance and how should it properly be defined? JOSH: A traditional definition has been to respect and honor another person’s beliefs and values without endorsing them or accepting them. In other words, tolerance involves loving someone with whom you may totally disagree…. Read more »

The Effects of Porn on Marriage

Abigail Biggs, 15 December, 2016

The effects of porn on marriage are widespread and devastating.   Researcher Patrick Fagan, Ph.D. completed a major study of pornography and called it a “quiet family killer.” His study found that 56% of divorces had one partner with an obsessive interest in porn.       The Effects of… Read more »

Invisible to the World — not to God

JMM Team, 15 December, 2016

Brother Kuan lives in a country in North Africa that is hostile to the gospel. He’s the only believer in a small village where all his relatives live. Every day he experiences ridicule and offense — even from his relatives — because he believes in Jesus Christ. Life is hard… Read more »

Youth Morality: Cultural Tolerance and the Classroom

Sheri Bell, 14 December, 2016

Christian Youth Morality Affected More by the Classroom or Parents? It’s not that our kids are rejecting Christianity, it’s that they have been influenced to define it according to their cultural setting. They are putting together their own religious canon in a smorgasbord style. Led to believe that it is better… Read more »

Not For a Lie

Abigail Biggs, 13 December, 2016

A gal I am working with—her name’s Jen—her husband Dave received Christ two months ago.  Wayne and I gave him More Than a Carpenter. When he got to the part where the disciples went to their death—he said “they would not do that for a lie.” God is doing Miracles… Read more »

9 Important Insights about Generation Z

Sean McDowell, 8 December, 2016

Move over Millennials. A new generation is here. For the past decade, there has been considerable discussion about how to understand and reach Millennials. But now there is a new generation, roughly those born between 1995 and 2010, which are the newest focus. [Original Post by Sean McDowell] While the… Read more »

8 Science-Backed Reasons Why Dads Deserve More Credit

Abigail Biggs, 8 December, 2016

From birth to adulthood, a Father’s involvement makes a huge difference in a child’s world. People make jokes, advertisers make commercials, and studios make movies and TV shows that tell a discouraging, insulting story of useless, unnecessary Dads. Clearly, they haven’t been talking to researchers any time in the last… Read more »

Santa or Jesus: Cultural Tolerance and Christmas

Sheri Bell, 7 December, 2016

Santa or Jesus the Reason for the Season?  Which gives the best present ever? As we head into the Christmas season, we have the opportunity to tell the world about the greatest gift ever: the authentic, selfless, other-focused love of Jesus. Let us not, then, be silenced by cultural tolerance, which declares that it’s… Read more »

Rejected by the World…Accepted by God

JMM Team, 6 December, 2016

Mira lives in a closed country in Asia. Formerly, she faithfully practiced the majority religion of her country. “I read prayers five times a day and considered myself a very righteous person,” she shared. But beneath her religious façade, Mira struggled with anger. Occasionally, she would have fits of rage… Read more »

Gratefully Convinced

Abigail Biggs, 6 December, 2016

I came from a point of total disbelief that the Word of God was actual truth. But nearly thirty years ago a minister shared tapes with me from a conference you gave in Idaho. I listened intently as you went over evidence in your quest. Hours of tape and I… Read more »

Covering the Key Sexual Topics

Abigail Biggs, 1 December, 2016

Remember, you do want them to hear it from YOU first though you may feel they seem too innocent right now. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a frank discussion with your kids about sex, someone else will—the average age of first exposure to Internet pornography is 11 years old [1]. If… Read more »

Loving: Cultural Tolerance and the Church

Sheri Bell, 30 November, 2016

Is the Church loving, if it overlooks sin?  So last week I wrote about a university president who had to remind one of his students that if he felt guilt over a chapel message about loving others, the appropriate response was not to complain that the message made him squirm in his… Read more »

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JMM Team, 28 November, 2016

Si Dios es tan amoroso, ¿por qué no puede ser más tolerante con el pecado?

Sheri Bell, 28 November, 2016

Todos sabemos que Dios tiene un serio problema con el pecado, pero si él es verdaderamente amoroso ,el debería ser más tolerante con nuestras limitaciones, ¿no es así? La realidad es que Dios es misericordioso, pero eso no es lo mismo que ser tolerante Hay una razón por la cual… Read more »

A Harvard Psychiatrist Says 3 Things Are the Secret to Real Happiness

Abigail Biggs, 24 November, 2016

A Secular Study follows Two Groups of Men for 75 Years …and while their findings might surprise some, Christians shouldn’t be surprised at all: your relationships are the most important part of your life. Your health and happiness are vitally linked to the connections you have to the people around you. Read… Read more »

Emotional Maturity Stunted by Cultural Tolerance?

Sheri Bell, 23 November, 2016

Yes or No to Emotional Maturity … That is the Question Did you happen to catch the recent blog post by Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University? It’s titled This is Not a Day Care. It’s a University! The short piece is a great read and packs a powerful punch at cultural tolerance. In… Read more »

A Concert in Cincinnati

Abigail Biggs, 22 November, 2016

On October 7, 1995, I was 14 years old, a freshman in high school. I was, for the most part, a good kid, but I also knew I wasn’t always good. I came from a family that attended church, but faith was not a big part of our lives. A… Read more »

How a 10-Year-Old Got Her Father to Quit His $100 Million a Year Job

Abigail Biggs, 17 November, 2016

One Dad realizes that—though he can buy his little girl anything—all she really wants is time with him. Not many people see that many zeroes in a year—but that’s not the point. You could be king of the world, but your kids won’t care how much you make if you don’t… Read more »

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Guest Blogger, 16 November, 2016

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JMM Team, 16 November, 2016

Biblical Scripture: Truth or Tale?

Sheri Bell, 16 November, 2016

Can we Believe What We Read in Scripture? The idea that “what’s true for you isn’t necessarily true for me” can lead a person to the conclusion that the moral truths from the Bible are all just a matter of opinion. But this conclusion simply reveals our confusion over the concepts of truth… Read more »

The Lies and the Truth about Pornography

Guest Blogger, 15 November, 2016

By Lynn Marie Cherry, author of Keep Walking: 40 Days to Hope and Freedom after Betrayal My husband was 7 years old when he and a buddy found a stack of magazines in the woods behind their neighborhood. Being curious boys, they took the magazines to their tree house and pornography… Read more »

6 Questions to Ask Before Adopting

Guest Blogger, 15 November, 2016

[Original post here by Paul Pennington] Over the last decade, God has worked in amazing ways to raise awareness of His love for orphans among American Christians. This awareness had led to action, and thousands of orphans and foster children have been adopted into Christian families. Sadly, many of these families are now barely surviving. Hope for… Read more »

A Couple Changes

Abigail Biggs, 15 November, 2016

Thank you Josh for being used by God! Forty-one years ago you spoke in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania on the topic…Roaming through Romans.  It was a Campus Crusade fall conference.  I was invited by a student from the University of Pennsylvania.  That weekend after hearing you share how a person can become… Read more »

9 Reasons Why Church Leaders Should Read the Daily News

Abigail Biggs, 10 November, 2016

Read your Bible first every day . . . but then read the news through gospel, Great Commission lenses. You’re a busy person. Work, family, and church responsibilities all pile on top of each other a vie for your attention. Taking the time to sit still and read the news—much… Read more »

Religious Freedom: Still an American Hallmark?

Sheri Bell, 9 November, 2016

Religious Freedom + Cultural Tolerance = ? Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of… Read more »

A Stark Contrast

Abigail Biggs, 8 November, 2016

Blake Woodall Owned the Famous (or Infamous) Starck Club in Dallas in the 1980’s “We just did whatever we wanted to do.” When his club became a drug hotspot, Woodall left, trying unsuccessful ventures in business and religion. “You know the people in robes handing out books at the airport?… Read more »

The Power of Faith in an Uncertain World

Matthew Tingblad, 5 November, 2016

Your mind is an immensely important player in your spiritual life. Through your mind, you have the power over which thoughts you choose to entertain. When we neglect this duty, we leave the door wide open for anything and everything to harass us from the inside-out. For this reason, one of… Read more »

The Financial Burden of Pornography Addiction

Guest Blogger, 4 November, 2016

(Post written by Anne Smith, mother and healthcare professional) We are well aware that individuals addicted to pornography, and their loved ones, pay a high emotional price. An addiction to pornography takes a huge toll on a relationship, resulting in emotional isolation and a loss of time spent enjoying more productive… Read more »

A Few Thoughts on the Hatmaker Position on LGBTQ

Sean McDowell, 3 November, 2016

[Post by Sean McDowell] [Article by Sean McDowell] For a variety of reasons, I [Sean] rarely respond publicly to other Christians. But in this case, I feel compelled to do so. Last week, in an effort to be compassionate and loving, popular Christian author Jen Hatmaker came out in support of… Read more »

A Generation of Skeptics Are Open to the Resurrection

Abigail Biggs, 3 November, 2016

Evidence Even the Critics Will Accept What do you say to skeptics who refuse to accept that the Gospels were written by their traditional authors? Who insist that the accounts were written long after the eyewitnesses to Jesus’ ministry had all died? Even using only evidence that these critics will accept,… Read more »

Actions: Does My “Who” Determine My “Do”?

Sheri Bell, 2 November, 2016

Our culturally tolerant society widely accepts the belief that our genetic disposition, lifestyle, and actions define who we are. In other words, Who I am = What I Do. Based on this narrative, who you are is inseparable from what you do and think and believe. Your identity is wrapped up in your conduct. So,… Read more »

Mask, Manuscript, Scroll

Abigail Biggs, 30 October, 2016

Email from Josh – March 3, 2014 First time to use manuscripts, mask, and scroll in presentation.  In fifty years in ministry [this is the] most incredible response by all ages. It was so so much fun for me. It was all topped off by a lady about forty-five years… Read more »

7 Reasons America Has Not Been Reached for Christ

Abigail Biggs, 27 October, 2016

“There are over 300,000 Protestant churches in America.” “Virtually every city in the United States has an abundance of Bible-believing faith communities. Millions upon millions of Christians attend these churches and, yet, this country is not reached for Christ yet. Why?”     7 Reasons America Has Not Been Reached… Read more »

The Bible: Just a Rule Book of “Thou Shalt Nots”?

Sheri Bell, 26 October, 2016

A lot of people get hung up on what they see as the Bible’s negativity. The Bible gets a bum rap for being “negative,” for being a bunch of rules one has to follow, if God is to be good to us. God’s Word definitely contains “Thou shalt nots,” but God’s intention… Read more »

A Generation of Believers

Abigail Biggs, 25 October, 2016

Russia, 2013. We just had the honor of hosting Sergei and Sveta Shashin, director of Russian Jesus Film, a ministry of Campus Crusade.  They are a result of the seeds/books that were planted throughout Russia in the early 90s.  At different times and places, both Sergei and Sveta received a… Read more »

77FAQs

Guest Blogger, 20 October, 2016

Equip Your Kids to “Say No” to Porn

Abigail Biggs, 20 October, 2016

Josh McDowell came across this article and wanted to share it with you. Original Post: jenwilkin.blogspot.com “The first time porn was served at the cafeteria lunch table, my son was eleven years old.” [Jen] “How should I prepare my child for if they see porn?” is the wrong question to ask,… Read more »

“Oh, my God!” Meaningless Expression or Power Words?

Sheri Bell, 19 October, 2016

Speak God’s name with reverence. One thing missing in society today is a deep, soul-level reverence for God. We hear people utter God’s name, all day long, but they’re not actually talking to Him — or even about Him. “Oh, my God!” and “Jesus!” and “Oh, Lord!” become just meaningless expressions, convenient ways to respond to a funny… Read more »

8 Online Etiquette Rules Every Tween Should Know

Abigail Biggs, 13 October, 2016

Proper online etiquette isn’t just something to consider teaching your tweens, it’s crucial for solidifying their digital safety. Parents, have you ever heard of “subtweeting?” Are you aware that college administrators and potential employers sometimes look at candidates’ social media profiles? Do your kids know what to do when they… Read more »

The Need for Conviction in a Wishy-Washy World

Sheri Bell, 12 October, 2016

How deep are your beliefs about God? Some kids are nearly undone by peer pressure. Especially if asked to publicly acknowledge their gratitude to Jesus for the forgiveness of their sins. The word “sin,” in case you haven’t noticed, has become a word to avoid, thanks to the growing influence of cultural tolerance.  So how do we help our young people… Read more »

‘Trigger Warning’ – How Careful Do Recovering Addicts Need To Be With Stimuli?

Guest Blogger, 11 October, 2016

(Post written by Anne Smith, mother and healthcare professional) Everything comes with a ‘trigger warning’ nowadays. Some people consider these a bit sissy – but for people struggling to overcome things like trauma and addiction, trigger-warnings can prevent exposure to media or situations which really could damage their health. With pornography… Read more »

Ten Fears of Church Leaders

Abigail Biggs, 11 October, 2016

Pastors have fears, too. Pastors, elders, leaders; they’re not anxiety-proof. Below, find ten fears that plague our brothers in the pulpit, and the biblical comfort and encouragement to address them.   TEN FEARS OF CHURCH LEADERS (thomranier.com article) I have not hidden my love for pastors and other church leaders. And… Read more »

Holding on to the Truth

Abigail Biggs, 11 October, 2016

I remember meeting you in a parking garage in Orlando during the  2012 YPS conference. I was on staff at Global Youth Ministry at the time and you walked up to the group I was in—I had seen you before and you looked familiar to me but I didn’t know… Read more »

Advice to Nonresidential Fathers

Abigail Biggs, 6 October, 2016

All Dads are vitally important parts of their kids’ lives. In our culture many Dads may no longer live under the same roof as their children—but their kids still need fathers. Here are six ways for nonresidential fathers to be the best Dads they can be for their kids, no… Read more »

Judge Not, When it Comes to Cultural Tolerance?

Sheri Bell, 5 October, 2016

Did Jesus Say Judge Not? That is the Question. If cultural tolerance has a theme verse, it’s Matthew 7:11: “Judge not, that you be not judged.” That verse, by the way, is one of most commonly misused verses in the Bible. Christians and non-Christians alike often take it out of… Read more »

Millennials and the Bible: 3 Surprising Insights

Abigail Biggs, 29 September, 2016

What do Millennials think about the Bible? Much has been made of the growing post-Christian sentiment among America’s youngest generation of adults. But how has this well-documented turn away from religion affected Millennials’ views of Christianity’s most sacred text? Has the “brand” of the Bible suffered or significantly shifted among young… Read more »

A Mother’s Devotions

Abigail Biggs, 27 September, 2016

Hi, my name is Holly. I have two teenage sons. They are great boys but they are going through the typical stuff that teenagers have to face. My son Chase asked me one day “Mom how often do you read your Bible?” I said, “Son I may not pick up… Read more »

Porn and the Singleness Panic

Abigail Biggs, 22 September, 2016

Why the state of marriage doesn’t mean we lower our standards. Young women raised in the church are given a number of directives for choosing their lifelong partner. Beyond simply finding a Christian, they are told–and rightly so–to seek a man who is active and sincere in his faith, who is… Read more »

Weathering the Cultural Storm

JMM Team, 21 September, 2016

On Saturday I walked out on a warm Midwest night into one of the most peaceful neighborhoods you could imagine. The community was fenced in with many kids playing outside under the watchful eyes of their parents and grandparents. The night would have been serene if it wasn’t for the… Read more »

Flex Those Love Muscles, Dear Christian.

Sheri Bell, 21 September, 2016

Anger Drains Your Love Power. Let it Go. We only have to look on Facebook to clearly see that many of us currently living on the planet have become extremely rude in one area: offering respect to others who don’t agree with us. Have you been “unfriended” by someone yet, for not accepting a truth that this “friend” angrily… Read more »

“Go Deep” with Your Kids

Abigail Biggs, 15 September, 2016

“Being a dad is part art, part science, but mostly an act of faith.” The research is in—Dads matter. And while you can’t choose your children’s future for them, your involvement and influence make a huge difference. How do you make sense of the paradoxes of fatherhood? Go deep. Get… Read more »

The Puritans Had the Right View on Sex. Just sayin’.

Sheri Bell, 14 September, 2016

The Puritans Liked Sex! In the last two blog posts of our cultural tolerance series, we looked at why God designed sex to be part of marriage. We talked about the sacredness of sex, and the emotional, physical, and psychological damage we do to ourselves by engaging in sex outside of… Read more »

When Forgiveness Seems too Hard

Abigail Biggs, 13 September, 2016

He shifted from one Converse clad foot to the other and waited patiently for the other students to clear out from the classroom. I stood at my desk shuffling papers when I noticed that he remained. “Hi James. What’s up?” I asked. “Mrs. Lia, I just wanted to tell you… Read more »

How Can You Spot A Pornography Addiction?

Guest Blogger, 9 September, 2016

(Post written by Anne Smith, mother and healthcare professional) Many seek sexual stimulation outside of the bounds of ‘normal’ intercourse. In most cases, people can keep this urge under control, but serious problems arise when people (especially young people) use porn as an educational rather than a recreational tool, and attempt to apply… Read more »

3 Reasons People Leave Your Church

Abigail Biggs, 8 September, 2016

 Do you ever feel like your church has a revolving door? Pastors love to see new faces in the pews—except when it feels like new faces are all they see. Pastor Erik Reed gives three reasons why people may not stick with your church, and three ways to work on these issues…. Read more »

Sex is Sacred. We’ve Forgotten That.

Sheri Bell, 7 September, 2016

Sex is a big deal. God says so. I recently Googled the Internet, looking for articles on dating. Specifically, I was searching to see what advice sources offered up as to when a young person should have sex. One article that Google offered suggested this: “The age-old question is, how long do I… Read more »

Undaunted Hope

Abigail Biggs, 6 September, 2016

Hi, I just watched the movie Undaunted…the story of Josh McDowell. I had no idea what he had been through as a child. He had a drunken father that constantly beat his mother, a sister who committed suicide and a male helper at the farm house they had who sexually… Read more »

A Psychiatrist’s Letter to Young People about Fifty Shades of Grey

Abigail Biggs, 1 September, 2016

There’s nothing grey about Fifty Shades of Grey. It’s all black. “Fifty Shades of Grey is being released for Valentine’s Day, so you’ll think it’s a romance. Don’t fall for it.” Dr. Miriam Grossman.         A Psychiatrist’s Letter to Young People about Fifty Shades of Grey    By Miriam Grossman, MD {Many of you have asked that I provide my… Read more »

Premarital Sex: How Should Christian Parents React?

Sheri Bell, 31 August, 2016

Premarital Sex: Not True Love. Teri looked at her husband, Kenton, her face distraught. Just minutes before, their daughter had dropped the bombshell that she and her college boyfriend were having sex. When her parents had voiced their disapproval, Renee had burst into tears and run from the room. “What are… Read more »

Out of Darkness

Abigail Biggs, 30 August, 2016

Dear Josh, How can we thank you for your faithful service to our Lord Jesus?  Your little paperback book, More Than a Carpenter was instrumental in bringing my dear brother back to Christ after he wandered into the New Age movement and Occult. After he watched the movie Jesus provided… Read more »

Gray Matters: Too Much Screen Time Damages the Brain

Abigail Biggs, 25 August, 2016

Neuroimaging research shows excessive screen time damages the brain. The average child spends more than seven hours a day with a glowing screen in front of them. Parents may hesitate to place restrictions on their kid’s screen time, thinking that whatever problems may be caused by electronic overtime aren’t worth that… Read more »

Choose, Teens: God’s Way or Yours?

Sheri Bell, 24 August, 2016

We All Must Choose: God’s Way or Ours America, under God’s protection, has long enjoyed special status in the world. In part because our nation was founded on a unique Bill of Rights. Rights that have, so far, guaranteed us religious freedom. If your family happens to be active church-goers,… Read more »

Hungry for the Word

Abigail Biggs, 23 August, 2016

I went to [Europe] to hand out Bibles and Christian literature; one of the books being More Than a Carpenter. I don’t know how many people told me they had waited a whole year to get one again because their books were thrown away at Customs or by [offended people] in the boat. They’d… Read more »

A Gift that Changed a Life

Abigail Biggs, 23 August, 2016

I read More Than a Carpenter in the 80’s and it became my favorite book.  I have bought many and given them away and I am still doing so.  My mother was a public school teacher and I told her about the book.  One year in the 80’s she wrapped… Read more »

If It Feels Right…

Abigail Biggs, 18 August, 2016

 “I mean, I guess what makes something right is how I feel about it.” The youth of this generation are not especially immoral, certainly no more than the generations that came before, according to David Brooks of the New York Times. But, “what’s disheartening is how bad they are at… Read more »

The Bible: Why Our Youth Need to Know Its Truths

Sheri Bell, 17 August, 2016

The Bible: Proven Truth. To be American is to embrace individual rights, right? Having been brought up to believe this, today’s young people are uncomfortable with the suggestion that there is only one universal truth. “You can believe that silliness,” they might reply. “But I’ll decide my own truth.” Because Christianity appears… Read more »

With your gifts, Ivan has been ministering in Russia for 25 years

JMM Team, 16 August, 2016

“All of the current leaders of the church in Russia were raised in their faith by Josh McDowell books. At that point these books were the ONLY Christian books available in the Russian language, and now these people are sharing the gospel with the next generation.” – a ministry partner… Read more »

How Do We Listen To God?

JMM Team, 13 August, 2016

In our world today and the busyness of life, it is difficult to find the time to go to a quiet place and focus on God. Let’s face it; we live in a world filled with noise. Almost everywhere we go, and with everything we do, our minds are overwhelmed… Read more »

10 Ways to Fight Pornography

Abigail Biggs, 11 August, 2016

One of the best ways to protect your kids from pornography is to protect yourself. 10 Ways to Fight Pornography www.allprodad.com Tags : top 10 A recent study asked a group of kids how often their peers look at porn online. They responded that it was often. The study also… Read more »

Losing Our Way, When All Ways Lead to Self

Sheri Bell, 10 August, 2016

Self-truth: When Anything Goes. Sure, there are lots of churches in America. But is American still a “Christian” nation? Look around, and it’s clear to see that most people have adopted the mindset of “I will decide for myself what’s right and wrong.” And as we’re seeing, when God’s moral truth… Read more »

Ask Him Anything

Abigail Biggs, 9 August, 2016

Dear Josh, I would like to share a story that goes back … to 1985 when you visited our city to spend a week of teaching and ministry in Newcastle England. I was a student then and my memories of that week are still clear in my mind.  The teaching you… Read more »

Why Parenting Is More Important Than Schools

Abigail Biggs, 4 August, 2016

A new study shows that parental involvement matters more for performance than schools, but that doesn’t mean going to PTA meetings “…parents, of all backgrounds, don’t need to buy expensive educational toys or digital devices for their kids in order to give them an edge. They don’t need to chauffeur their… Read more »

Real Evangelicals Believe These 4 Things.

Abigail Biggs, 4 August, 2016

What is an Evangelical? You’ve probably seen it in the polls—“this percent of Evangelicals support this candidate, or that legislation.” But with researchers defining “Evangelical” in various ways, the results can be as inconsistent as they are broad. The National Association of Evangelicals, along with a diverse group of theologians, researchers,… Read more »

“Intolerant.” Teens Don’t Want the Label

Sheri Bell, 3 August, 2016

The ‘Intolerant’ label hurts. But should it? OMG. It’s hard being a teen today, right? You worry about a million things, including what you look like, and how other people view you. “Do they like me?” you ask yourself. “Do they think I’m cool?” If you happen to be a Christian, you probably feel… Read more »

Christ and Chemistry

Abigail Biggs, 2 August, 2016

I work as an administrator at a science museum in Russia. The purpose of our center is to communicate in a very simple way through games that science—specifically physics and chemistry—could be interesting.  There are nine guides working with me.  All of them are young people, mostly university students.  This… Read more »

Facebook: Where Millennials Get the News and Feed Their Cows

Abigail Biggs, 28 July, 2016

Do you get your news and your cute kitten videos in the same place? A large segment of the population turns to Facebook to learn what’s going on in the world around them. Nick Pitts explores what this means for our increasingly polarized society, and how we can respond constructively… Read more »

The Bible: My Kids Don’t See Its Relevance

Sheri Bell, 27 July, 2016

Is the Bible Worth Reading?  Mary looked up at her daughter Stephanie. “Hi, Sweetie. How was your first day of college?” “Awesome, Mom! One interesting thing happened.” “What’s that?” asked Mary. She stopped sorting laundry so she could give Stephanie her full attention. “Well, I learned that the university has a… Read more »

Pornography and Crime

Abigail Biggs, 21 July, 2016

In March of 2011, the Kansas Legislature debated passing a bill requiring police to report any and all pornographic materials found during sexual crime investigations. Testifying in favor of the bill, Psychologist Mary Anne Layden laid out findings, including her own experience in treating sexual trauma victims and perpetrators, as… Read more »

Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance

Sheri Bell, 20 July, 2016

Intolerance From Those Who Demand It.  Society would have us believe that God is a myth. That the Bible is a dusty, outdated book of stories that don’t apply to us today. That a universal truth can’t possibly exist, because every person’s viewpoint and lifestyle is valid and must be accepted.  Many… Read more »

Truth Never Void

JMM Team, 19 July, 2016

For much of his life, Jallel knew little about Jesus. In fact, he considered himself an atheist. But at age 50, that began to change. In North Africa where he lives, Christ-centered resources like these are rare, restricted and sometimes even illegal. So it’s no surprise that he had never… Read more »

Last Minute Testimony

Abigail Biggs, 19 July, 2016

Josh, Greetings in Christ! I was honored to attend your teaching Saturday night at Calvary Chapel Oceanside. I am so glad that the Lord had you change your message at the last minute. Because of the testimony of your life and what the Lord has done in it, my sixteen year… Read more »

United by Love

Abigail Biggs, 16 July, 2016

How diversity reflects the kingdom of God “Throughout all of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, we see God working to redeem a people for Himself, a people from every tribe and tongue and nation—colorful and diverse.” Are we reveling in the beautiful and staggering diversity of the people God created… Read more »

Respect and Relationships

JMM Team, 15 July, 2016

Healthy family relationships are based on truth, which is established with trust and respect.  But these values are being redefined and challenged by our culture. Just in the last few years, the cultural definition of respect has altered drastically. It no longer means to highly regard or to honor someone… Read more »

“Hater!” What Every Parent Yearns to Hear. Not

Sheri Bell, 13 July, 2016

“Hater!” is a hurtful label. “Dad!” called Chad. “Kim and I are leaving! See you later!” Todd appeared at the door of his wood shop, a stained paint brush in one hand. “Hey, kids. What’s on your agenda today?” Kim smiled. “We’re going to watch my brother run the relay in the… Read more »

Questions Welcome

Abigail Biggs, 12 July, 2016

Several years ago, we heard Josh speak at the National Apologetics Conference. He told the story about when his (at the time) teenage son expressed doubts about God and Josh reacted with, “Great! Let’s talk about it!” That story helped us to effectively minister to our own son. One night,… Read more »

Peace of Mind in an Unstable World

Guest Blogger, 8 July, 2016

No matter what the future holds, you can have peace of mind and confidence when you know this. No matter what happens in the world or in our own individual lives, is there a place to turn for stability? Can we look toward the future with hope, regardless of life’s… Read more »

Where is God in the Midst of Tragedy?

Guest Blogger, 8 July, 2016

Ever ask, “God where are you?” What exactly can you count on God for? To what degree can we rely on God to be with us? Is He really someone we can turn to at all…in times of crisis as well as times of calm? By Marilyn Adamson on EveryStudent.com… Read more »

Intolerant: The Perfect Word for my Parents!

Sheri Bell, 6 July, 2016

Are You Tossing Out the Word “Intolerant”? “Dad!” called Chad. “Mike and I are leaving! See you later!” Todd appeared at the door of his wood shop, a stained paint brush in one hand. “Hi, Mike,” he said, smiling warmly at the tall teen standing next to his son. “Where are… Read more »

New Faith and Old Tapes

Abigail Biggs, 5 July, 2016

I came to the Lord in November, 1971 at the University of Kansas. Just afterward I got a letter from a previous girlfriend, who shared how horrible her life was going. I wrote back saying. “We need to get together at Christmas” (when we would both be back in Des… Read more »

How to Be a Sex-wise Parent in a World of Penn State Scandal Media Coverage

Abigail Biggs, 30 June, 2016

Tips for Moms and Dads.   In today’s hyper-sexualized society, kids are going to have questions about what they see and hear. The Penn State scandal was years ago, but the news never seems to be short of similar cases. What do you say if the latest case comes on… Read more »

Tolerance Doesn’t Mean Tolerance

Sheri Bell, 29 June, 2016

“Tolerance”: Differing Definitions. Perhaps you’ve noticed that the Christian community is divided from modern culture when it comes to 1) what it means to be tolerant and intolerant; 2) who or what is to judge what is morally right and wrong; 3) what it means to accept without approving; 4)… Read more »

The Pink Backpack

Abigail Biggs, 28 June, 2016

My name is AnnaLisa and this is a story about something that Josh did 30 years ago that changed my life. By the time I was in my second semester as a freshman at UCLA, Satan had convinced me of 2 things: My life was worthless.  I had entered college… Read more »

The Skills Every Man Should Teach His Kids

Abigail Biggs, 23 June, 2016

Some are frivolous. Some are essential. All are abilities that your child will learn best from you. From telling  a good joke to making a paper airplane, from riding a bike to standing up to a bully, here’s one dad’s list of eleven things every dad should teach his kids…. Read more »

Why Don’t My Kids Embrace Biblical Truth?

Sheri Bell, 22 June, 2016

Does Biblical Truth Still Matter? “Honey, when can we meet Tony?” “We were thinking Christmas break, Mom. But don’t worry about fixing up the guest room. We’ll share my room.” Terri’s eyes widened in shock. “Excuse me?” “Mom,” huffed Renee, “We’ve been having sex for months. We’re in love! Just… Read more »

Leaving the Church and Finding Faith

JMM Team, 21 June, 2016

Atheism. It’s the greatest barrier to faith in Christ among young people in Europe today. And it’s fueling a crisis! Though this region of the world once had a rich spiritual heritage, today their youth are walking away from the church in droves. A mass exodus you might say. The… Read more »

Fathers Are Like Keys

JMM Team, 19 June, 2016

Happy Father’s Day! When you think about a key, what image comes to mind? Opening a secret door or a secure lock for all your valuables? But imagine your father like a set of keys.  Each one has a unique size and shape, and unique objective.  Some have been through… Read more »

Open Letter to Set Free Summit

Guest Blogger, 17 June, 2016

Jessica Harris, Beggar’s Daughter Jessica Harris is a writer, speaker and author and presenter at Set Free Summit 2016. Original blog post can be found here. I just finished packing to head home and I’ve done so in an absolute daze. Seven years.  Seven years I have been doing this and… Read more »

Maintaining Relational Presence in a Technological World

Abigail Biggs, 16 June, 2016

Are you distracted by technology? Are you constantly checking e-mail, updating Facebook or sending Tweets? Do you find yourself avidly texting friends absent friends, and ignoring the ones you’re with?  Do your small children walk around the house imitating you…on your cell phone? If so, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Rhett… Read more »

My Parents Judge Me for My Moral Choices!

Sheri Bell, 15 June, 2016

Moral Choices: What is Right and Wrong? “You’ll love him, Mom,” Renee said on her visit home from her second year in college. “He’s so considerate, and smart, and really good looking.” Terri smiled. “That’s great honey. Does he go to church with you?” Renee shook her head. “Tony’s not… Read more »

True for You, But Not For Me: What is “Truth”?

Sheri Bell, 8 June, 2016

If you are like most Christian parents, grandparents, or gatekeepers of young people (perhaps you’re a pastor, youth pastor, or Christian educator), you are no doubt perplexed by a younger generation of teens and twenty somethings who seem comfortable with a value system and set of beliefs that are often… Read more »

I’ve been experimenting and finally realized porn was an issue.

JMM Team, 23 May, 2016

“I’ve been to psychologists and psychiatrists for the last 8 years. Have been diagnosed with depression, severe social anxiety, severe memory impairment, and a few others. Have tried Effexor, Ritalin, Xanax, and Paxil. Dropped out of two different colleges. Been fired twice. Used pot to calm my social anxiety. I’ve… Read more »

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Guest Blogger, 16 May, 2016

Accelerating the Gospel in East Asia

JMM Team, 16 May, 2016

Today 9 out of 10 people in East Asia have never heard the gospel — but that is rapidly changing. Millions are coming to Christ each year.  Here are just a couple of notes we’ve received from students: Diana’s story: I am a seminary student who dedicate myself as a future… Read more »

Fortune 500 Faith

JMM Team, 10 May, 2016

I have been wanting to thank Josh personally for years for his part in helping me receive Jesus. I started my journey with Jesus when I was born again in May 1986.  I was just finishing up college and worked in a pizza parlor to help pay for my expenses…. Read more »

Sexual Addiction

Guest Blogger, 4 May, 2016

The Way Out of the Web It starts with a single picture . . . a single sexual image that pops onto the computer screen . . . and before long, you’re ensnared, entrapped in a complex, all-consuming web of sexual addiction. You’re undeniably stuck—you look around and all you… Read more »

“I need that book…!”

JMM Team, 26 April, 2016

One of our Port Cities Project volunteers recently shared with us what a difference this project is making: “Last summer, a woman from the Middle East literally ran after one of our port cities teams that had run out of books, pleading, ‘I need that book that explains the message… Read more »

Josh’s message was a ‘wake up call!’

JMM Team, 19 April, 2016

“After Josh’s talk to parents [about the impact of Internet pornography], a lot of parents started to come to our family meetings and told us that Josh’s message was a ‘wake up call’ for them. The dads started to meet with their sons and daughters to discuss about their temptations and their… Read more »

You really saved my life (indirectly) so thank you so much!!!

JMM Team, 14 April, 2016

I just want to say that your book Undaunted really helped me to move on in my life. I had an exact life that you had, though I’m still working on forgiving my abuser. It’s really not easy to do so. I already forgave my parents for what they did… Read more »

Set Free Summit: Day 4 Recap

Guest Blogger, 7 April, 2016

The Set Free Summit concludes today with a focus on restoration. We have recognized the problem of pornography and how pervasive it is in our culture throughout our world. Today, we discover how we can be restored and help others become restored through God’s Word. Dr. Ted Roberts: Is Real… Read more »

Set Free Summit: Day 3 Recap

Guest Blogger, 7 April, 2016

It’s Day 3 of the Set Free Summit, and the theme is hope. Our presenters empowered us with practical tips, tools and approaches to help those affected by pornography. Whether we’re working with a woman who struggles, a betrayed wife, a parent trying to talk to their children about sexual temptation, or… Read more »

Set Free Summit: Day 2 Recap

Guest Blogger, 7 April, 2016

Well, it’s been another incredible day at the Set Free Summit! Here’s a recap of today’s sessions: Session 4: Brain Science and Porn Donald L. Hilton, Dr. William Struthers, and Dr. Ted Roberts, three of the world’s leading experts on brain science and pornography, shared how porn affects a person’s nervous system. Here are… Read more »

Set Free Summit: Day 1 Recap

Guest Blogger, 7 April, 2016

What a day! The Set Free Summit kicked off with an audience representing 19 countries and 350 different organizations. The purpose: to bring awareness to the pervasive problem of pornography and encourage the Church to fight for freedom. Three amazing speakers took the stage to share their stories and insights about porn’s destructive… Read more »

Josh McDowell: Call to Arms

JMM Team, 7 April, 2016

Free Downloads May we rise up to be a part of the solution–starting with ourselves, then our families, our churches, our children’s schools, our countries, and then the world! “We need a Wilberforce, a Mother Theresa and a Bonhoeffer in the church today who have the courage to battle the devastation… Read more »

Applying the Hope of the Gospel to Porn Users

Guest Blogger, 30 March, 2016

The Bible does not describe us merely as wayward, broken, or needing a moral boost but as those who are dead in sin (Eph. 2:1). Dead men and women do not just need recovery: they need resurrection. For the follower of Christ, the ultimate goal is not merely “quitting pornography,” but… Read more »

Prayer Guide for the Set Free Summit

JMM Team, 22 March, 2016

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who prayed! The Set Free Summit was amazing–you can learn more about it HERE. Download the resources from Josh’s talk HERE.     2 More Weeks To Go! Prayer Guide – Mar 21-27 Set Free Global Summit on pervasive Internet pornography on April 4-7, 2016 in Greensboro,… Read more »

Join Josh in Intense Prayer

JMM Team, 15 March, 2016

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who prayed! The Set Free Summit was amazing–you can learn more about it HERE. Download the resources from Josh’s talk HERE.         I need your prayers for one of the most significant weeks in my 54 years of ministry! Download Prayer Guide – Mar… Read more »

The Changing Pornography Landscape

Guest Blogger, 9 March, 2016

Interview with Ron DeHaas, Founder and CEO, Covenant Eyes In 1992, Ron DeHaas lost his wife and children in a tragic car accident, leaving him with a new understanding of the importance of families—an understanding he carried with him after he remarried. In March 2000, seeing just how easy it was… Read more »

The Occupational Hazards of Ministry

Guest Blogger, 4 March, 2016

By Dr. Harry Schaumburg The Bible holds the office of elder in high esteem. Whoever desires to be a pastor has set his heart on a noble task because it involves the oversight of God’s people through ruling and teaching. To do the job requires not only knowledge and wisdom,… Read more »

7 Razones por las que la Biblia es tan Relevante

Guest Blogger, 3 March, 2016

(Artículo de publicación cristiana) Nadie en el universo es más relevante que Dios, por lo que tiene sentido que las Escrituras (que consta de 66 libros) sean el mensaje más relevante que se haya presentado. Sin Dios, tú y yo no estaríamos aquí. Y sin la Biblia, no podríamos discernir qué… Read more »

12 Organizations That Support Sexual Exploitation

Guest Blogger, 2 March, 2016

What do the American Library Association, the Department of Justice, Snapchat, and HBO have in common? All were named to the 2016 Dirty Dozen list by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. Now in its fourth year, this annual list highlights 12 corporations or organizations which profit from or support obscenity and… Read more »

Is Sex Dirty?

JMM Team, 2 March, 2016

Sex is definitely not dirty. When God created the world, He looked at it and declared that everything was good. That included sex! God created sex as a good and enjoyable aspect of our lives. God isn’t down on sex. After all, He made it. God designed the gift of… Read more »

How Should I Respond When Someone Compliments Me?

JMM Team, 20 February, 2016

Often we go to two extremes, both as a result of pride. One extreme is false humility. We deny any positive quality or accomplishment by saying things like, “No, no, no. I’m just a worm.” That makes people sick. Everyone knows you are really saying, “Keep trying to convince me…. Read more »

Have You Hugged Your Kid Lately?

JMM Team, 18 February, 2016

Lindsay Lohan When your young child reaches the teenage years it may seem he or she doesn’t want the physical and emotional affection of mom or dad. But perhaps more than any time in their life a teenager needs to experience the “unfailing love” of his or her parents. A… Read more »

Taking a Stand in a Self-Destructing Culture

Guest Blogger, 6 February, 2016

Update: Thank you to all the speakers and and attendees who made the Set Free Summit so amazing! Missed the event? DOWNLOAD Josh’s notes for free!   By Josh McDowell And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then… Read more »

The Father Connection—or Lack Thereof

JMM Team, 4 February, 2016

Johns Hopkins Medical School commissioned two professors, Dr. Thomas and Dr. Duazunski to study 1,337 medical doctors who graduated from Johns Hopkins University. They wanted to determine a cause factor, for these five diseases: (1) hypertension; (2) coronary heart disease; (3) malignant tumors; (4) mental illness; and (5) suicide. There… Read more »

Distinguishing Between Right From Wrong

JMM Team, 30 January, 2016

We are being taught that truth is relative to the individual — and that all values, beliefs and lifestyles are equal. Tolerance. Knowing right from wrong doesn’t matter. To say something is right or wrong is not being tolerant. But did you know that God does not call us to be… Read more »

CharitableGiftAnnuity

Guest Blogger, 28 January, 2016

Adultery of the Heart: How God Rescued Me from Porn Addiction

Guest Blogger, 21 January, 2016

Blog Post written by Scott Woodard for Covenant Eyes, a Josh McDowell Ministry partner. Learn more at SetFreeSummit.org.   As a man who suffered with Internet pornography, I cannot look the other way anymore and deny the fact of how easy it is to type a simple word in a search engine and get… Read more »

Key findings in landmark pornography study released

JMM Team, 19 January, 2016

Read key findings for TEENS & YOUNG ADULTS, PASTORS/CHURCH and ADULTS from landmark pornography study, “The Porn Phenomenon” The Barna Group, in partnership with Josh McDowell Ministry, has created a landmark study on the pervasive nature of Internet pornography and its impact on the church. Titled The Porn Phenomenon: The Explosive Growth… Read more »

What are the most up-to-date stats on pornography?

JMM Team, 19 January, 2016

Because of the sensitive nature of the topic, in-depth studies on pornography are rare, and many are old. So where can you get the most up-to-date statistics? At the Set Free Summit! Josh McDowell Ministry and Covenant Eyes have commissioned the Barna Group to do a major study on pornography, called… Read more »

What’s the Difference Between Love and Infatuation?

JMM Team, 16 January, 2016

Infatuation has been defined as “the emotional impulse of love, untested by time or circumstance.” Since infatuation can lead to real love, sometimes it is difficult to see the difference. The characteristics in the chart below show the differences between infatuation and real love. The Fairy Tale—Infatuation Fall into it… Read more »

Announcing the Release of “THE PORN PHENOMENON”

JMM Team, 15 January, 2016

THE PORN PHENOMENON: A COMPREHENSIVE NEW SURVEY ON AMERICANS, THE CHURCH, AND PORNOGRAPHY Groundbreaking Study Reveals Changing Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Pornography—Especially Among Teens and Young Adults When:     Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 – 10 AM Where:    (refreshments served) Omni Berkshire Hotel Vanderbilt Room (ground floor, rear lobby) 21 East 52nd Street (52nd… Read more »

Brain Chemicals and Porn Addiction: Science Shows How Porn Harms Us

Guest Blogger, 14 January, 2016

Recent research is telling us a lot about the brain when it comes to watching porn. Over a decade ago, Dr. Judith Reisman called porn an “erototoxin,” theorizing that the brain itself might be damaged while watching porn. She speculated that future brain studies would reveal that the surge of neurochemicals… Read more »

Why Do Mom and Dad Talk about Getting a Divorce?

JMM Team, 2 January, 2016

There are times when mom and dad may have problems getting along. One thing or another may cause this. The major stress points in a marriage are not kids as much as financial problems, lack of communication and lack of trust. When parents, or anyone for that matter, get under… Read more »

Why Your Resolution to Quit Porn Will Fail Miserably (and how to succeed instead)

Guest Blogger, 31 December, 2015

About 45% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, and 88% of all resolutions end in failure. Your resolution this year might be to “lose weight” or “get organized” or “quit smoking,” but regardless, there are good psychological reasons why most New Year’s resolutions fail. And when you’re resolved to stop… Read more »

Three Simple Words to Set You Free

Guest Blogger, 31 December, 2015

It was a Tuesday morning, and I get a phone call from a college student who is a regular attender of my church. Answering the phone, I’m met with a voice filled with urgency. “Can we meet up today? I really need to talk with you.” After agreeing to meet,… Read more »

Can God Stop Loving Me?

JMM Team, 26 December, 2015

Is there anything that could cause God to change His mind and stop loving me? We’ll let God speak for Himself on that one. Romans 5:8 tells you how much God loved you when you weren’t even a Christian: “But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while… Read more »

Why Marital Sex is Better Than Porn

Guest Blogger, 24 December, 2015

The following is an excerpt from Covenant Eyes’ free e-book, The Porn Circuit: Understand Your Brain and Break Porn Habits in 90 Days. The pornified brain sounds a lot like Mick Jagger; it can’t get no satisfaction. On the surface it sounds absurd. Pornography offers endless opportunities for arousal. If a… Read more »

I Have Been Going Out With One Guy and Told Him I Wanted to Be Just Friends.

JMM Team, 19 December, 2015

But he got mad when I went out with another guy. What did I do wrong? Some people enter dating with an attitude of “ownership.” They think that you belong to them and refuse to allow you to live your own life. They act as if you are their private property… Read more »

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Guest Blogger, 18 December, 2015

Talking to Your Daughter About Sex and Porn: A Stage-by-Stage Guide

Guest Blogger, 17 December, 2015

When it comes to discussing sex and pornography, how soon is too soon? It’s a question many parents ask. They don’t want to overexpose their children or be guilty of stirring up temptation in their children’s lives. At the same time, they don’t want to risk missing their cue and… Read more »

Why Must My Parents Embarrass Me in Front of My Friends?

JMM Team, 12 December, 2015

It doesn’t take much for a parent to ruin things, does it? Like hanging around pretending they are tidying up when your friends are over, but it’s obvious they are trying to listen in on the conversation. Or trying to be “cool” by talking about the latest music groups and… Read more »

The Importance of Intact Families

JMM Team, 10 December, 2015

Of course we can’t be complete models of truth if we aren’t there as whole families for our kids. There is good reason Jesus said about marriage, “let no one split apart what God has joined together” (Mark 10:9). Broken homes have had such a devastating effect on everyone involved…. Read more »

My Parents Have Always Told Me that I Would Never Amount to Anything. Why Has This Affected Me So Much?

JMM Team, 5 December, 2015

Your self-image is composed of conclusions you have reached about yourself. These conclusions follow this sequence: Stages Example You hear it. You think about it. An experience reinforces it. You feel it You believe it. “You’re stupid.” Am I stupid? You make a big mistake and your friends laugh at… Read more »

How to Confess Your Porn Addiction to Your Spouse

Guest Blogger, 3 December, 2015

Every time I found out about Craig using porn, I either found it on the computer or I caught him in the act. All the while, whenever I asked him about his temptations or actions, he denied engaging it. Except for one time. Though his confession was painful to hear,… Read more »

The Power of Love: The Missing Link

JMM Team, 29 November, 2015

Not long ago, I (Josh) was speaking at a large church in the Midwest. The church had just completed a building project and moved into their large facility. As I approached the entrance, I noticed a huge banner hanging across the building. It read, “We preach the truth—and the truth… Read more »

How in the World Can I Be Like Jesus?

JMM Team, 28 November, 2015

I can’t even swim, much less walk on water. God wants you to be like His Son, Jesus Christ, in your character, that is, what you are like on the inside. There is no outward ideal when it comes to looks or abilities. But there is an inward ideal. It’s… Read more »

If My Friends and I Have a Disagreement, What’s the Right Way to Handle It?

JMM Team, 21 November, 2015

When you have a disagreement, you have a choice. You can either resolve the conflict or dissolve the relationship. Here are some guidelines for resolving the conflict and keeping the fight fair: Desire openness. In a fair fight, the attitude of “I’m always right” is against the rules. Choose the right… Read more »

The Power of Love: Seeing is Believing

JMM Team, 21 November, 2015

Teaching our kids the truth – what is right and what is wrong – within the context of relationships is vital. Our young people will most likely need to correct various behaviors and patterns as they grow and mature, i.e. – avoid pornography and resist sexual pressure – and they… Read more »

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Guest Blogger, 17 November, 2015

Pocket Porn: Nearly a third of teens carry portable X-rated theaters

JMM Team, 14 November, 2015

Jeff first saw porn when he was seven years old when he came upon a Playboy magazine. By fifth grade, the Internet became a main source of pornography for his young mind. As technology advanced, so did his obsession. But it was his iPod, and later his iPhone, that gave… Read more »

My Friends Keep Teasing Me Because I Don’t Drink

JMM Team, 9 November, 2015

My friends keep teasing me because I don’t drink. They ask me what I am afraid of. What can I tell them to make them back off? Tell them it’s not because of fear that you don’t drink. Tell them it’s because you are smart. Proverbs 22:3, 5 says, “The prudent… Read more »

What’s Your Cheerleader Button?

JMM Team, 6 November, 2015

Written by Michael Johnson (MJ), co-founder and Dean of Dating at Future Marriage University and guest blogger at Covenant Eyes. Several years back, I got a call from a friend. He had slipped up again that week. He got caught in the porn trap. I could sense the helplessness and hopelessness… Read more »

Develop Kids’ Convictions by NOT Answering Questions

JMM Team, 5 November, 2015

Josh McDowell and Son: Christian Parents can Help Children Develop Their Own Convictions on Faith by NOT Answering Questions.  “For Christian parents to pass on their faith to their children, they should NOT answer their children’s questions but respond with MORE questions to help their kids think through the issues… Read more »

5 Reasons Millennials Aren’t Leaving the Church

JMM Team, 3 November, 2015

5 Reasons Millennials Aren’t Leaving the Church.  We’ve all heard the statistics about millennials leaving the church after high school or college and we don’t know if they’ll return. But…not all millennials have left the church…and in many churches, millennials are coming, or returning in significant numbers.  Here are five… Read more »

Why Our Children Don’t Think There are Moral Facts

JMM Team, 30 October, 2015

Why Our Children Don’t Think There are Moral Facts. What would you say if you found out that our public schools were teaching children that it is NOT TRUE that it’s wrong to kill people for fun or cheat on tests? Would you be surprised? (NY Times Article) George Washington, depicted… Read more »

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The Power of Love

JMM Team, 28 October, 2015

It’s hard to accept the reality that our young people are even thinking about viewing pornography or getting involved sexually by engaging in oral sex, let alone doing having sexual intercourse. But what if that becomes a reality? How do we effectively change a young person’s actions? What do we… Read more »

10 Tips for Staying Porn-Free While Traveling

JMM Team, 27 October, 2015

From the bathroom of our suite, I heard my wife scream out. She had flipped on the TV and just channeled down. The large flat-screen pulsated with hardcore pornography. Graphic sex was one click away at the resort we were staying at. We had been in our room for less… Read more »

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I’ve tried saying “No.”

JMM Team, 23 October, 2015

I’ve tried saying “no” to my friends, but I keep getting in trouble. What should I do? Swimming against the current requires a lot of strength. It is always easier to just go with the flow. For this reason, it is important that your closest friends flow the right direction…. Read more »

Mom and Dad are constantly lecturing me

JMM Team, 21 October, 2015

My Mom and Dad are constantly lecturing me and they always begin with “Well, when I was your age…” Why can’t my parents understand what it’s like to be a teenager today? Do you want the good news first or the bad news?  Let’s get the bad news out of… Read more »

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