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n/a Conor 2/8/2009
i recently had a falling out with one of my friends and we have not talked since. she said she doesn't want someone like me in her life, which hurts because i really am a caring person who hates seeing people get hurt in any way. i've never lost a friend in my life, and this is very painful for me, and my feelings are hurt. i have apologized, to no avail. what should i do? i want to be friends with this person again, but i am afraid of being hurt more.
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If you're really want this person to become your friend you have to pray first for GOD's help & guideness to lead you to apologize again and be his/her friend again
-- By: Gerald



Moving!! keke 1/3/2009
My friend is probably going to move to a different country like next week. I don’t know what to do. He’s like one of my best friends, and I really don’t want to lose him. I’ve already had two other of my best friends move to different parts of America this summer. Is it wrong for me to want him to stay here? He really wants to move but he’s not totally sure. We’ve talked every day since he left to visit his family there, during Christmas break. I so much don’t want him to go and when I think about it, it is really depressing and I want to cry. Is there anything I can do to make it easier for me to never see him again? Some times it feels like all my friends are deserting me because everyone's moving away!
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Is your name Christy by any chance?
-- By: Sarah



Abuse Calista 10/4/2008
Hey everyone. I just want to update you on the current situation on my friend that was being abused. Thank you to all who responded to my comment and for praying about it. They are currently working to get full custody given to his mom. The abuse has been greatly reduced and I'm so greatful for all of you prayers. Thank you again!!
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I thank God that your friend is now safe from being abused.You know many children, including teens are being abused by their parents everyday.
-- By: Adam Head



n/a Katie Weldon 8/30/2008
Ok so I really like this guy and I think he likes me too. He's a junior and I'm a sophomore. All my friends say he likes me and sometimes he acts like it but some times he doesn't like he doesn't talk to me very much only when there aren't very many people around. We only have one class together and there are only a few of us in the class so he does talk to me then. What should I do?
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HEY KATIE! Okay, here's my advice: Wait for your pizza man! If you don't know what I mean here it is: Wait for God to show you who your guy is... wait for Him to bring him to you. Don't spend your life pining for him when that may not be who God wants for you.Psalms 138:8 says "The LORD will fulfill His purpose for you..." . Wait for your "Todd".
-- By: Christy Miller



abuse Calista 8/20/2008
One of my good friends is having trouble with his dad. He is only with him half the time and sometimes when he is there he abuses him. he slaps him and slams his head against the wall. He tells his mom but she can't do anything. what should I do? He wants his mom to have full custody over him but it would be to much hassle to go through court.
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Given what you have said, I think the situation requires more than just pray, but action. No child should ever have to live in an abusive household-both the physical and emotionally impacts can last a lifetime. Personally, I think you should talk to him and get him to tell someone in a position of authority i.e. the police. I think that no court is going to allow a child to stay in the custody of a parent who is proven to be abusive.
-- By: Brettus



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