Most children don’t expect their parents to start needing help and care until well into their golden years.
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College found that the vast majority of adult children don’t begin providing care for their parents until they’re well into their own 60s and 70s.
Fears have begun running rampant ever since the explosion of COVID-19 cases in China’s Hubei province.
News feeds have become clogged with articles about the quick spread of this new variety of human coronavirus. Photos and videos showing medical personnel in isolation hooded coveralls, masks and goggles have only heightened the general public’s alarm.
World Challenge’s partners in Ohio work with inmates in large transfer institutions before they are moved to other prisons. The team offers these men and women sermons and lessons about who God is and how our lives change as a result of walking in the ways God wants for us.
Genius and inventor of the theory of relativity, Albert Einstein was called “lazy, sloppy, and insubordinate” by his teachers all the way from elementary school to the university level.
God miraculously saved one man from death and then used World Challenge’s partners to help him find a new life in Christ.
Ly Lourn, at 38 years old, was like many Cambodian men in his village.
In a sermon on Zechariah, Pastor Carter Conlon explained the deep discouragement that people felt seeing the rebuilt Temple.
If you’re not a person who is checking off the appropriate life-stage boxes at the “right” time, you’ve probably come across some people in church who make it weird in a hurry. Let me replay a quick anagram of the most common conversations I’ve had in church.
In Romans, Paul wrote with fervor and great detail about how believers ought to care for one another as part of our service to God.