When My Heart Is Overwhelmed — Post by Mary C.Findley

Two people today posted the same statement on Facebook. They said they felt overwhelmed and didn't know how to handle responsibilities. My immediate impulse was to quote the verse that says, "From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I." (Psalm …

What Will You Do to Save Your Sister? A Review of Alana & Alyssa’s Secret by Joana James

This is the second book I have read by Joana James. While it's less perfect technically than Nightmare at Emerald High, it's still a very moving, powerful story about the power of God and the prayers of the faithful. Could anybody have more to overcome than Alana and Alyssa? You won't know unless you read …

Why Him? Why Now? A Review of Messages by John Michael Hileman

Messages is described as a "fictional allegory," similar to a parable. A parable uses physical elements to teach a spiritual lesson. David Chance develops a sudden "talent." Words stand out in posters, newspapers, even movie titles, and give him "messages." Some might object to these extrabiblical revelations. The story has plenty of Scripture and biblical …

The Prayer Networks

"Pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." (James 5:16) When we first joined Facebook, it was simply to keep in touch with our children in their far-flung adventures (and ours). Eventually we began to make friends there, usually people we knew in "real" …

What Did You Do Wrong?

You sacrificed to homeschool your children or put them in a Christian school. Yet they still turned their back on you and God. Today they are nothing more than another statistic, no different from any other sinner without Christ. There are almost unlimited people, Christian workers, articles and general advice to tell you what you …