The Battle of Thermopylae has taken on the force of legend. In 480 B.C. Xerxes I, of Persia, attacked the Greek city-states with...Read more
Satan must have been pleased with himself. Imagine this embodiment of evil, the father of lies, a murderer from the beginning, smiling in...Read more
“Once upon a time, there lived a princess, the daughter of a king. The king loved his daughter more than anything else, more...Read more
It is perhaps our oldest question, why does God allow us to live a life of suffering and pain?
There was once a...Read more
There is a story from Spain of a father and son who had become estranged. After a heated argument the son ran away....Read more
In ancient tradition, God dwells on the mountaintops. That is where Elijah encounters Him. But God was not in the great wind that tore...Read more
Have you ever thought of yourself as the hero of your own story? Many of our most popular stories, told through the medium...Read more
“Hey Dad! Catch me!”
The father turned around to see his son jumping from a rock and hurtling straight toward him. They...Read more
Perhaps some of the most difficult teachings of Christ concern how we respond to oppression.
In 1975, the communist forces of North Vietnam...Read more