Angie was carrying a child with serious medical problems. Hear how she was able to pray for her friend’s comfort while preparing for her own storms.
It may sound strange to hear of a teenage widow, but 100 years ago in India it was not uncommon. We’ll hear what a woman named Pandita Ramabai did to help.
Does it seem to you like everyone is walking around constantly exhausted? The book of Isaiah provides a great solution to exhausted people.
Have you ever been following your routine and suddenly been struck by how big nature is?
Over the last year and a half, good news has been a rare commodity. The solution to bad news isn’t just wishful thinking.
Is anything truly designed to last? Nancy says, "Yes, there is." She’ll tell you about it.
It seems like everyone is looking for comfort. Just consider advertising for food, hotels, and bedding. But these things will never bring you lasting comfort.
Sabina Wurmbrand spent three years in a forced labor camp in Communist Romania. But she experienced an intimacy with Jesus. Learn to see Jesus in your trial.
When you need deliverance from trouble, you can take comfort in knowing this—you’ve already been delivered.
You don’t have to try to manipulate, fix, or rescue yourself from trouble. Learn to lean on God's faithfulness.
You can’t fix every problem. Nancy shows why you don’t have to try to manipulate, fix, or rescue yourself from trouble.
Dr. Karen Ellis clues us in to a woman who broke all the stereotypes and baffled her critics. Learn about the life of the African slave poet Phillis Wheatley.
Even if your mother isn’t perfect, she is still a gift of God in your life.
Moms need prayer! Have you ever thought about the fact that God the Son—Jesus Himself—is praying for you?
Kristen Wetherell helps us get our eyes off of a performance mindset and onto Jesus, the only perfect One.
In 1976, a busy mom made a courageous decision. This mother of ten was making good money at her job, but chose to follow a call God put on her heart.
Erin Davis and Mark Webb explore the life of an amazing mother from the 1700s, Susanna Wesley.
When a man refuses to accept God’s calling on his life to lead, provide, and protect, what can a wife do?
You know that the gospel provides hope, but not just hope for eternity. The gospel will start transforming your life and your relationships.
Why are so many marriages marked by conflict? Nancy says it’s because marriages are made up of sinners.
Why are so many relationships marked by conflict? Nancy says you can trace conflict between men and women all the way back to the Garden of Eden.
Are femininity and masculinity things of the past? In an era where gender blending is becoming the norm, Nancy takes you back to the basics.
What do you believe about God? It sounds like a simple question, but the answer has huge implications on all of life.
Did God create men and women with unique roles? Nancy says answering that question is very important, because it involves God’s glory.