Death, and Then What?
Some people say you go to heaven, others that you go to the grave. Maylan Schurch examines the biblical evidence.
Signs online features this month
From Confession to Forgiveness
Making amends is a powerful way to restore broken friendships.
When Jesus Returns
Death makes its mark on each of us as we lose loved ones. Mark Finley offers hope for the sorrowful soul.
When Your Child Is a Bully
. . . he must not only apologize for disrespectful behavior but also tell the person why the behavior was wrong.
Picture of a Dying Church
What would you look for in a church to tell whether it’s alive? Roy Smith’s answer may surprise you.
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You Shall Not Make for Yourself an Idol
Bowing to an idol is a foreign concept. But Marvin Moore explains why the second commandment is actually more relevant than you might think.
What happens when your private demons start hurting those around you? Jennifer Schwirzer shares her journey of both spiritual and physical healing.
Treasures in Jars of Clay
The stories in the Bible teach the value God places on each of us. Stephanie Fox recalls a few of her favorites.
The Heavenly Temple
A distant land and a long-ago time point us to a present-day reality. Graeme Loftus explains.
Suffering Infertility, Grief, and God
Colin Renfrew opens his heart and tells his story.
Thanks for Your Advice, Which I Have Already Forgotten
Everyone loves to give advice, but as Kim Peckham has discovered, people seldom listen to it.
Eat More, Weigh Less
People who choose low "energy-dense" diets eat more food (by weight) but consume fewer calories, helping them to regulate their weight, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Clincal Nutrition.