Comfortable Christianity isn’t living life to the full as Christ calls us to. Everything in this world will pass away. When Jesus returns, our safety nets will exposed, but so will all of the suffering we took on in His honor.
“100 Words of Affirmation Your Wife Needs to Hear,” by Matt Jacobson, and “100 Words of Affirmation Your Husband Needs to Hear,” by Lisa Jacobson, are great resources for married couples.
“100 Words of Affirmation Your Husband Needs to Hear,” by Lisa Jacobson, and “100 Words of Affirmation Your Wife Needs to Hear,” by Matt Jacobson, are wonderful tools for married couples.
“The Pursuit of Excellence,” by George Sweeting, is remarkably written and inspired. Sweeting, sixth president and chancellor of Moody Bible Institute, writes confidently of what it takes to fully follow Christ.
Life as a tween mom is akin to an Uber driver. Our vehicle is equipped with all of the snacks, chargers and melt-downs of home. But “the middle” is off limits.
Distressed heartaches are akin to sun-soaked patches and chilled traces of worry on our foreheads.
Whether His response to our agony is miraculous or deferred, we can trust He is healing us through seasons of pain.
More important than daily vitamins to protect our physical bodies are the pieces of God’s armor we can pray over our lives. “Pray always,” Paul writes, “Pray in the Spirit. Pray about everything in every way you know how!” (Ephesians 6:18 VOICE)
Is following Jesus worth it? A main theme of this book, readers will be challenged to analyze their understanding of God’s love.
It got to me, too. The constant inundation of advertising and unattainable comparisons drove me into a season of distraction and discontent.
Modesty isn’t only about wearing a sports bra that covers what it’s intended to in it’s entirety, but also behavior and self-perception.