Everyone has thoughts and beliefs about God. The question is: how true are yours?As Amy Gannett writes, the quality of our love and worship depends on it.
Even as we wait on God, there are lessons to be learned, our lives to be lived, and love to be shared.
When Jesus said "Love your enemy", Bethany Cliff didn't realize how challenging—and life changing—those words could be.
What if we didn’t just survive life’s detours and challenges, but also experienced true personal transformation because of them?
Spending days in the kitchen cooking need not be chaos. Tama Fortner shares how we can set our spiritual intentions for the holiday season.
Katie Powell Bell
Veteran PR professional Katie Bell shares four ways to expand your influence, no large social media following necessary.
The days and months after a great loss can be dark and lonely. Nancy Hicks shares four ways to walk with God in those shadows.
Marian Jordan Ellis
Accepting who we are in Christ allows us to confidently stand in God's unconditional love and joyfully extend it to others.
Even if our earthly fathers have been absent or hurtful, Blair Linne shares of the better Father she found as an adult.
Debra Fileta M.A., LPC
Debra Fileta M.A., LPC shares the secret to moving away from "I’m desperate without you" to "I’m better with you."
How can we find our way back to God in an age of deconstruction? Lina Abujamra shares her story of fractured faith.
Helping someone to feel seen—by you and by God—is one of the greatest gifts we can give without cost or limit.
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