We are all called to run this race that is set before us, pain and all. Sabrina Schlesinger reminds us that we can flip the script on the pain in our lives, so it doesn't have the final say.
We've all heard that quality time matters more than quantity time, but the two are still connected. Bronwyn Lea shares how regular rhythms with God pave the way towards intimacy with him.
Through heart-breaking loss and a physical disability, author Vaneetha Risner has watched God use each experience to draw her to Himself and bring healing in unexpected ways.
When Noelle Kirchner's husband got COVID, they prayed for healing. God surprised them with so much more.
Jesus acknowledged, empowered, and honored women. In Jesus’ eyes, there are no small women. In His kingdom, there are no marginalized disciples.
Jamie Grace reminds us that even on the days when it’s hard to hear anything but the voice of anxiety, God is here. He is always here.
Your cultural heritage and ethnic identity aren't "extras" to be hidden or ashamed of. Tasha Jun shares about the God who created and celebrates the real you.
Loss, divorce, infertility. We feel more connected with these things than we do with the hope that lies in the good future God promises ahead.
Your body and mind were never created to be violated. Abuse was never meant to be part of your story. You were created to be loved well, honored, and respected.
Social Media posts aren't just for others. They can also be part of our testimony: a choice to keep choosing joy.
It is not the fulfillment of our dreams that define the pages of our story, but rather how we choose to respond to them.
Amber Mann Riggs
In a world where everything seems polarized and politicized, Amber Riggs shares how we can stay rooted in Christ in and relationship with Christians.
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