Eliza Tabor said, “Disappointment to a noble soul is what cold water is to burning metal; it strengthens, tempers, intensifies, but never destroys it.”
"Sin"--a word we throw around without much thought to what it really is. Here's an insightful, short clip from Igniter Media that clarifies the subtleties of "sin."
A friend of mine is currently experiencing the storms of life ripping and tearing at her home, job, and relationships. Like strong kelp, her holdfast keeps her anchored.
Out for a Sunday drive on the ranch, the talkative group of people hushed as the jeep slowly came to a stop. I was about to be introduced to a new reality.
“Nothing in you that has not died will ever be raised from the dead,” states C. S. Lewis. Your final breath is only the last part of a long death sequence.
Life is too short to be lived “wrong.” Yet, in all of your dysfunctions, God is passionately in love with you. This Valentine podcast describes God's love.
Today Alan leaves for Iraq—a soldier fulfilling his calling. It must be very hard for his wife and children who won't see him again for almost a year. Our church…
Have you ever wondered what redeemed emotions might feel like? Redeemed emotions reflect God’s emotions. Is your emotional life reflecting God’s glory?
Each of us is growing—hopefully in positive ways. But is our personal development evident to others? Here are 4 keys to growing in godliness.
Parents hurt when their child goes through a difficult time. No matter the age of the child, a parent connects with the stress the child is experiencing.