We can teach our children to pray for their friends using the acronym LET’S PRAY.
Seasons of loneliness leave us vulnerable – we begin placing our trust in things or people other than God.
Patience is the capacity for us to tolerate delay, trouble or suffering without getting angry or upset.
Jesus came so that we might have life, and have it to the full. (John 10:10)
The Story of Daniel: The Power of Prayer and Faith in Times of Great Trouble
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.
Intentionally marking moments with our children creates a living legacy of the many Scriptures reminding us to daily refocus on God’s goodness.
May we have a fresh assurance today that we are right where God wants us to be.
Physical health and wellness alone do not lead to happiness.