We all work. Our workplaces may look different, but they share a commonality: intrinsic value to God’s Kingdom. Your work has eternal value.
We can’t focus on both Jesus AND circumstances. It’s impossible! If we choose to focus on circumstances, suddenly it’s as if Jesus is gone.
We genuinely want to help others. But it hurts when there’s no response or, worse, a bad response to our good efforts. So why keep trying?
We push hard to be first but we’re broadsided by reality. Life can stink! New life is possible once we stop trying to control our destiny.
Have you lost something you loved and couldn’t replace? Favorite things are too precious to easily let go. That’s how God feels about you.
Nik Wallenda crossed the Grand Canyon on a tightrope. No net, no harness. Wallenda’s peace and courage came from Jesus. Ours does too.
“Everything happens for a reason” suggests there can be a good twist. Even terror, murder & abuse? No! Not everything is good or from God.
Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do.” So do this: Practice being happy this holiday season – and it will carry on to next year!
We can find purpose if we realize our past struggles allow us to help others who are struggling. No shame and no fear of our past in Christ!
Many of us aren’t sure what’s next when we die, so we don’t think about it. But in a crazy world like ours, people are starting to wonder.
When we die there will be 2 numbers: the date we were born & the date we died. Neither matters as much as the dash––our life––in between.
Ernest Hemingway’s shortest story- “For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn.” Wow! In 6 words can you spark hope? Yes! Tell us your 6 word story!
No matter where we’ve been, no matter where we are, we all can experience the joy and richness of new life! I’m living proof.
A healthy church community is for people like you and me – who want to turn from the brokenness of our past as we walk forward to new life.
Where are you stuck? Fear? Isolation? Shame? Depression? Worry? Mud puddles of life bring hopelessness. But one new step leads to new life!
We’re stuck. In past hurts, loneliness, dead relationships, debt, no hope… But don’t despair, there’s something that changes everything!
Everyone’s life produces something. How do we get out of the weeds and live a joyful life even in the midst of trials? We grow good fruit.
We’re stuck in circumstances or bound by guilt, regrets and wounds of the past. We don’t believe we can break free. But we can! Here’s how.
When was the last time you celebrated a victory? Sometimes we don’t feel like we have much to celebrate. But that can change!
Keep moving forward! We can’t let fear, doubt, or any other feelings hold us in bondage. We are survivors, given strength to overcome.
Ever feel wilted, like you’re thirsting for more in life? We get weary and need renewal. But we can’t quench our soul-deep thirsts by ourselves.
How can we be jolly in the midst of a swirl of to do’s, sadness for those missing from our Christmas, and doubts about the coming year?
Some of the darkest hours on this earth are the ones when Heaven is rejoicing, because our loved ones are now in Paradise.
We want to believe there’s a purpose in life and we hope there’s a heaven. But we’re skeptical about religion. How can we know what’s true?
We will all face obstacles we can’t overcome alone. So let’s run the race of life together and strengthen each other.
Many of us go through life feeling alone and empty because we never found that elusive “one”. God also is in search of the “one”. But God’s “one” is different.
The lies of childhood become the mountains and wounds of adulthood. Many of us still believe them. They prevent us from moving forward, but we can move them.
I was honored to guest blog in Remade Ministries’ “Faith Over Fear” series (#justdoitafraid). God can remake anyone…
When was the last time you celebrated a victory? We often go through everyday life without feeling like we have much to celebrate. But that can change.
The hotel was beautiful. But on the first morning I made a grim discovery: there were no Bibles in the room. Gideon had not been allowed in.
My mom was an alcoholic and I was taken away from her. My uncle and adopted mom abused me. I felt trapped and was told I was stupid. Now my life has changed.
I should have been looking forward to exciting opportunities after college. Instead, I was facing divorce and the judgment of a family who couldn’t accept it.
What road are you traveling today? Not literally, as in what highway or shortcut will you take today. But in real life. Where do you see yourself heading? Sometimes that’s an easy question. We know exactly where we are and