Stoners will be partying. Servants will be preparing. Such is the contrast of the day.
I’m very much looking forward to giving four talks at the Great Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati.
Last week I asked people to support the good work of the ministry I run. I got this response from someone who told me to quit making money at it.
I wish I had the courage to tell my friend why I didn’t like his church. It was because God was not present. He would have vehemently disagreed with me at the time, but to me, that was the ugly truth.
This ad is powerful, and I’ll tell you why. It shows the conflict between GenX and Millennial generations, particularly surrounding technology. What family doesn’t struggle with this conflict?
Do you consider yourself a big supporter? Let’s connect, then. We’ve got some good work to do in 2014, and together we’re going to fulfill the scriptural mandate to train minds for action.
Hi. My name is Chris Jeub. And I’m a recovering Scrooge. I found it way-too-easy to come up with this list.
If you’re in a corner with few options, consider Samaritan. Let me explain my personal experience, some likely realities of your situation, and how Samaritan may be your solution.
I’m torn over this one. I don’t think I agree with either A&E or Phil Robertson. Here are my thoughts.
Do you know a young adult who needs a call to action? Make plans today to attend the For Action Conference. For more information, visit www.trainingminds.org/action. Feel free to contact me personally.