Noah Ramos of Zoe Bulgaria on why investing in relationships is the most valuable thing we can do. When the crisis is over, relationships remain.
Rhiannon Blaauw Erskine
When we're overwhelmed by how much is required and how little we have to offer, we can take courage.
Kaitlin Chappell Rogers
The truth is: We don’t want to be the same when it’s all over. Let's ask God to help us create a new normal that involves more rest, more peace, and more of him.
The Propel Team
For we live by faith, not by sight. -- 2 Corinthians 5:7
Dr. Anita Phillips
If conversations about racial justice have left you feeling exhausted, paralyzed, and tempted to quit, Dr Anita Phillips has insight and encouragement for you.
When life hurts and pain is a constant, it is difficult to find—let alone recognize—joy. But without the really hard moments, the wonderful ones can’t stand out so vividly.
Mothers of young kids can have their hands full, and their souls empty. Sarah Condie shares simple tips to find spiritual nourishment.
Rachel Macy Stafford
During tough times, we have the opportunity to model healthy coping skills for our children.
My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.
When we give generously of ourselves, God is faithful to fill us back up.
If a woman speaks up front, is she "teaching", "preaching", or is she "sharing"? Ed Stetzer writes on why it's important to name ministry gifts for what they are, especially for women.
What would happen if a man spent a year trying to see things from a woman's perspective? Alan Hirsch shares his journey.
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