How to Be a Better Person
Consider two reasons why God’s moral guidance in the Bible is so valuable.
Many think that happiness is equated with assets and wealth. Do money and possessions really bring lasting happiness? What does the evidence suggest?
Giving does you and others good. It fosters cooperation and friendship. How can you be a cheerful giver?
Showing this quality has many proven benefits. How can it help you, and how can you cultivate it?
It is not easy to keep your composure when you are treated unjustly, yet the Bible encourages Christians to be mild-tempered. What can help you to cultivate this godly trait?
Conquer impatience and its negative consequences with these four simple steps.
A life filled with anger and resentment is neither happy nor healthy.
First-person accounts demonstrate the value of honesty.
Good Relationships With Others
Showing love can remove prejudice. Consider some specific ways.
Giving and receiving love play an important role in one’s happiness.
The Bible often mentions love, but rarely is it referring to romantic or sexual love.
Should you be concerned about being kind to all people? How does God view this quality?
Most people feel it’s important to have good friends. How can you be a good friend to others? This article examines four guiding principles found in the Bible.
Can the Bible’s wisdom create peace where it doesn’t exist? See what people who have applied it have to say.
In order to forgive, must we minimize or even ignore how much we have been hurt?
Giving in to anger can damage your health, but so can suppressing your anger. So what can you do when your mate really annoys you?