The reason that vulnerability and relationships are our safeguards against failure is that we need to share these things we feel are true in order to find freedom from them.
This article is not to point any fingers at the Christian leaders who have fallen, but really to try to pull out something that would prevent future scandals.
If we have Jesus, we cannot NOT have hope, for Jesus is our hope. If we lose our hope, we lose our focus. Hope is the expectation of good coming our way.
Some Christians condemn Halloween, some create a family-friendly harvest festival, and others will embrace Halloween completely. How should you navigate it?
Jesus has done everything for us to have revival now. While the obstacles to bring revival are on us, they are not as great as we commonly think.
We are compensating for a pain that is no longer real. Jesus paid it all on the cross. We now have to retrain our minds to believe it to have more of God.
We start out unquestionably doing good, but then something happens. We feel the pain. Then we make the decision not to trust God will take care of us.
Romans 3:23 is one of the first verses many of us ever memorized. But, I suggest many of us haven’t really thought about what it is saying.
Sowing and reaping used to be a fearful harvest of any evil I did. But we have a good father who is looking for any good in us to reward. Can this be true?
Sometimes it is easier to turn off our hearts in obedience than to wrestle with God about things we don’t want to do. God wants connection over obedience.
Have you tasted the joy of living in who you were called to be, but now feel you are in some forgotten place? Here is how to succeed in the wilderness.
It’s in the secret place that we were made. From conception to birth, it’s all a parable of our relationship with God. The secret place gives us life.