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Why do sex predators like this Web site? Here's a warning for children and parents..
Combining work responsibilities with motherhood can be challenging. A growing number of mothers are developing home businesses to lighten the load. And being a "momprenuer," as it's called, has its own set of challenges and rewards…
Matt Eddy, president of Habersham Furniture, is running one of the most successful businessess in America, and he has a very unique business philosophy.
Giving up a baby for adoption or deciding to adopt can be a complicated process. Using her experiences, Ruth joined Dr. Sara Dormon to write the book, So You Want to Adopt…Now What?
Take me out to the congregation? Faith Night is a promotion designed to get Christians out of the church and into the stands.
In today's fast food culture, eating right can be difficult even for the most attentive parent. Dr. Gregory Jantz shares his tips on how to make health a family affair.
Dr. Arnold Beresh explains how our feet are designed to carry our body weight and what happens when we wear shoes that don't fit us correctly. He also gives tips on what footwear to invest in for happy feet.
Pat Robertson discusses the Law of Reciprocity, a financial principle designed to take equal action for every equivalent reaction.
For 13 years, Back Mountain Harvest Assembly has presented a Nativity play that the church members consider an outreach to the community.
Patti survived a horrific car accident. The Lord woke her from a six-week coma and healed her from permanent brain damage.
Holly Clegg has easy recipes to help your loved one eat well through chemotherapy.
Barron is a comic book artist. He owes creativity to God and his education from Regent University.
Heather Sells investigates why churches across the country are finding more and more people in their congregations have tattoos. Also, Gordon Robertson discusses the biblical response.
The future of abstinence education is in doubt because much of its funding could get cut by Congress.
Americans have become less likely to marry, especially in the African American community. But one woman has set out to turn the tide.
The Regent School of Communication and the Arts has four new undergraduate degrees.
A new study released last week is building hope that a miracle substance can prevent most cancers.
If you're drowning in disorganization, help is on the way. Take control of your closet with HGTV's Vicki Norris.