What does love in action look like? Ellery Frost invites us to pause for a moment and accept the holy experience of bearing one another's burdens.
The Bible is an anchor and guide for every aspect of life. Here are 15 Scriptures on leadership to instruct you, encourage you, and challenge you.
Challenges are inevitable as we follow God’s calling in our lives. Angie Ward shares six ways to move forward when the leadership road gets rough.
Ruth Chou Simons
If you've ever wondered if you're cut out for the life of an old-fashioned homemaker, loving wife, or SAHM, you’re in good company. Thankfully, we don't have to rely solely on our own ability, strength, or experience.
Our holy invitation is not to avoid or feel ashamed of our longings, but instead to re-center them. Psalm 63 gives us a framework of how to actually accomplish that.
Sometimes the self-imposed limitations can hurt us the most. Lori Champion shares three ways to break through and step into your full leadership potential.
Our confidence is found in God. Our prayer is that these Bible verses will remind you of that timeless truth.
Faith Eury Cho
Waiting is not an assignment relegated to the neglected and rejected. As Faith Eury Cho shares, there’s great power in waiting on the Lord.
The life of Joseph reminds us that God can always see what we cannot, and that our pain and disappointments can be used in mighty ways by God.
Connie Armerding invites us to "reframe our chains" by considering that the very thing that feels frustrating and draining may actually be the strategic assignment God is calling us to?
Self-care isn't saying no to everything, it's saying yes to the right things.
Because of your identity in Christ, you can boldly take on the role you have been called to in the confidence that you are resting on God’s never-failing strength.
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