When fear embeds itself in our Christian walk, Lisa Bevere reminds us that it's time to recall what we already know about God.
Jesus didn't have a smartphone or social media, but he had smarts about communicating with crowds: Alli Patterson shares 3 insights for online discipleship.
Leadership isn’t easy. But when we train well, great leadership is possible. By Rachel Elyse Hunka.
Self-Care is not selfishness, it's central to the "love your neighbor as yourself" command. But how do we do that in a pandemic? April Yamasaki shares three keys to rethinking self-care.
What would happen if we traded all the energy we spend on impressing other people into something that brings us satisfaction and joy?
God can use the people, talents, and situations we overlook for His extraordinary purposes.
It seems easier than ever before to offend someone with our differences of opinion and experience. How, then, can we build real relationships? Jo Kadlecek writes about bridging divides in friendship.
When we get frustrated by injustice and the harm others are doing, Marlena Graves reminds us to check our own hearts.
God doesn’t say our pain and loss is good. He promises to work it *for* good. And there is a significant difference between the two.
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Denise Gitsham Jones shares four truths every over-achiever can hold on to in the midst of life's challenges.
Even if no-one else truly sees you, God does. Vivian Mabuni shares how getting to know Hagar's God helps her deal with racial slurs.
Aubrey Sampson shares the secret to drawing near to people’s pain without rushing them to a shallow happy ending.
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