“Breathe Again” is an inspiring look into Hardy’s victory over cancer, and the way it allowed her to grow closer to God and mature in her faith. This book takes intentional moments to meet readers where they are at in their lives, cancer or not, and grow great faith. “Choosing brave is the challenging route to a full life,” writes Hardy, “not the easier path to a less-than life.”
Moms who are suffering with postpartum depression know what it’s like to live a sleepless life with the lights out.
Because of Jesus’ victory, we can sing praise at all times. Prayer doesn’t have to be hard
Our hardship is never in vain, though we feel deserted and desperate. God loves us (John 3:16). He promises never to leave us (Hebrews 13:5). He hears us (1 John 5:14) and answers us (1John 5:15)
Each God-placed friend has extended the love of Jesus to me when I have needed it most, sometimes unknown even to them.
Let’s pray for students in the testing season to see past their scores, and onto the greater purpose their lives have been prepared to walk into.
God has plans for our success, far beyond the many infamous quotes about it, and definitions of it, that litter social media.
When we stand with Jesus, He links arms with us in victory. The release of broken emotions allows us to relinquish control.
Direction, “a purpose or orientation toward a goal that serves to guide or motivate,” has an inevitable flow in our lives.
“My daughter is …missing,” I managed to verbalize, as I ached in prayer for God to protect her.