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  • How to Block Porn on iPad for both Chrome and Safari? January 27, 2023
    Did you know that 93 percent of boys and 62 percent of girls have encountered pornography when browsing online? Those who own iPads are likely to use either Chrome or Safari as their primary internet browser. Safari is the preferred browser on Apple devices due to its extensive capabilities, which include a mechanism for banning websites. Wondering… […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • How to See Your Family Location on iPhone? [Step-by-Step Guide] January 20, 2023
    Have you ever wondered how to see your family’s location on your iPhone? Or maybe you want to know where your kids are at all times without them having to text or call you constantly? Luckily, there is a way to do this and it’s actually pretty simple. In this article, we’ll show you how… […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • How to Find My Phone Without iCloud? January 13, 2023
    One of the most frustrating things that can happen to you is losing your phone. We rely on them for so much, and the panic of not knowing where it is is crippling. iCloud is Apple’s main solution, but it doesn’t always work for everyone. Don’t panic yet; there are many ways how to find… […]
    Lauren May
  • How Does Find My iPhone Work? [And the Best Alternate] January 6, 2023
    Did you know that 90% of teenagers in the US now own an iPhone? In this day and age, it’s more important than ever for parents to be able to keep track of their children. Having an iPhone or any other smartphone can help, but what happens if you need to track their phone? Apple’s Find My… […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • How to Track My Daughter’s iPhone Location Without “Find My” December 30, 2022
    Modern apps can help you keep track of your entire family’s locations all on a single map. While Apple does include optional tracking features in the iPhone, these can easily be turned off to preserve your privacy. In this way, your child can quickly disable the tracking feature on their iPhone and leave you completely in the… […]
    Alexandria Ingham

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  • Top Six Bible Verses on Faith January 25, 2023
    Faith is at the core of our belief in the Son of God. It is something we all strive for and struggle with, depending on what happens in our lives. When things are going well, it’s easy to have faith, but so much harder when tragedy strikes. If you search the New International Version (NIV) […]
    Bible Gateway
  • What’s the Best Way for Parents to Discipline Their Children? January 11, 2023
    By Andy Stanley Editor’s Note: Being a parent is a daunting responsibility. How do parents know when they’re getting it “right” with their children? Is it possible for parents to know the right way to discipline their children in each situation? Andy and Sandra Stanley believe it is. In today’s post, Andy talks about how […]
    Guest Post
  • What Does the Bible Really Say About “Righteous Anger?” January 9, 2023
    By Brant Hansen Why isn’t righteous anger ever listed among the things that a Spirit-filled life will bring us? If it’s righteous, why is it not akin to the “fruit of the Spirit,” like love, joy, peace, and gentleness? Why is anger in Scripture so consistently lumped in the other lists with things like, say, […]
    Guest Post
  • Am I a Kingdom-Minded Leader? January 3, 2023
    By Craig Groeschel What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. —Albert Pike A while back, I bumped into an older lady who recognized me as the pastor of Life.Church. She explained that she was a member of another church […]
    Guest Post
  • Be Someone Else’s Sunshine December 12, 2022
    By Tanya Rad Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep. —Romans 12:15 ESV I was going through the worst breakup of my life. Sleepless nights, not eating, random crying outbursts at work. Everyone knew I was a mess, and it was obvious I was broken. One day my coworker Patty showed up […]
    Guest Post

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  • Sustainer of Blessings January 31, 2023
    On January 15, 1919, a huge molasses tank burst in Boston. A fifteen-foot wave of millions of gallons of molasses careened through the street at over 30 mph, sweeping away railcars, buildings, people, and animals. Molasses might seem harmless enough, but that day it was deadly: twenty-one persons lost their lives and over 150 were […]
    James Banks
  • Running on Empty January 30, 2023
    “I just don’t think I can do this anymore,” my friend said through her tears as she discussed the overwhelming sense of hopelessness she faced as a nurse in a global health crisis. “I know that God has called me to nursing, but I’m overwhelmed and emotionally drained,” she confessed. Seeing that a cloud of […]
    Kimya Loder
  • Seven Minutes of Terror January 29, 2023
    When the Mars rover Perseverance landed on that red planet on February 18, 2021, those monitoring its arrival endured “seven minutes of terror.” As the spacecraft ended its 292-million-mile journey, it went through a complex landing procedure it had to do on its own. Signals from Mars to Earth take several minutes, so NASA couldn’t […]
    Dave Branon
  • The Pink Coat January 28, 2023
    Brenda was walking toward the mall exit when a flush of pink from a display window caught her eye. She turned and stood spellbound before a cotton-candy colored coat. Oh, how Holly would love it! Finances had been tight for her coworker friend who was a single mother, and while Brenda knew Holly needed a […]
    Elisa Morgan
  • Mercy for You and Me January 27, 2023
    One of consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic was the docking of cruise ships and the quarantining of passengers. The Wall Street Journal featured an article that included interviews of some of the tourists. Commenting about how being quarantined provided more opportunities for conversations, one passenger joked how his spouse—who possessed an excellent memory—was able to […]
    Arthur Jackson