A Lesson on Impacting Culture through Entertainment

One of the reasons the Christian community continues to be marginalized in the culture is that we’re not engaging well in the area of arts and entertainment. We prefer to hold debates, apologetics conferences, create media for Christians,...


The Best Thing for Your Kids is for You to Leave

by Ted Lowe

The best thing for your kids is for you to leave . . . for the night . . . with your spouse.

We all love our kids and want what’s best for them.
We sign them up for activities and sports, which is good.
We want them to have time with friends, which is good.
We want them to make...


More and more young couples are buying a house together before saying ‘I do.’

Save yourself a lot of heartache by avoiding the new trend of millennial couples who are buying homes together before they’re married. A recent study by Coldwell Banker found that “about one in...


When we talk with people about their Money Personalities, someone always asks us how they happened to get them.

Are they born with them? Is it how they were raised? The answer is yes and not really.

We see example after example that verifies your two Money Personalities are part of...


Aside from retirement, sending your kids to college is probably the largest expense that you will experience. Even the politicians are saying, “College is not affordable. Student loan debt is out of control.” We think every parent worries about this. But, is it even worth saving and...


michaelreagan


Through two brief moments of silence, Michael Reagan, son of the late U.S. President Ronald Reagan and his first wife Jane Wyman, powerfully expressed both the need to be forgiven and to forgive as he opened his heart to Liberty University students in Convocation on Wednesday.

After sharing...


michaelhyatt


Do you ever get uneasy—or even afraid—when you’re close to achieving something big in your life? I do. In our recent relaunch of Platform University, for instance, we started with fewer responses than I anticipated.

I began estimating the results for the entire campaign...


meganalexander


It’s rare to find a well-known media personality who openly discusses abstinence, which is why “Inside Edition” correspondent Megan Alexander’s candid approach to the topic has captured headlines over the years.

Alexander, who’s out with a new book this week...


constancerhodes


This morning I googled “hope,” looking for the perfect image to accompany this post. Instead, I found myriad counterfeit hope-bearers – everything from pictures of stone angels to psychological diagrams to the well-intended “trust yourself” types of...


paulwhite


In working with family-owned businesses for several years now, I’ve seen one pattern of relating that consistently doesn’t work over the long term.  In many families there is a mantra that dictates the family members’ behavior, and that can carry over to the business as...