Seasons of loneliness leave us vulnerable – we begin placing our trust in things or people other than God.
Jesus came so that we might have life, and have it to the full. (John 10:10)
The statistics are scary, but that means there’s probably another soul within arm’s reach that truly feels our pain.
Joy is more than giddy happiness.
May we have a fresh assurance today that we are right where God wants us to be.
God places people in our lives who bother us. He sets us in situations that make us feel uncomfortable.
Hurt tempts us to comply with a variety of unreasonable emotions. We don’t aim to become bitter people in our relationships, but life happens.
Divorce doesn’t have to be the crushing end to all Christmas traditions. Hope does not have to fade as the picturesque view of a familiar life wanes. Christmas is the celebration of the hope Jesus brought into the world with His infant cries.
Welcome to the #recall12 series, where we are memorizing a little bit of God’s great Word each month! This month’s verse is: “God will take care…
Strength to live authentically comes from God, alone. King David’s encouragement is centered on the confidence source of our courage. Living our full truth out loud comes from bravely walking within our God-placed purpose. Comparing our lives to those around us, and the mold of societal acceptance, chokes our ability to live uninhibited. But life exposed to the Light sets us free.