Maybe we need years of faithfulness before we go out and change the world for Jesus.
How not to freeze during opportunities to share the gospel.
John chapters 14-17 contain Jesus’s last words spoken to His disciples just before His crucifixion. It’s like His farewell speech to let His friends know how much He loved them. And get this—it wasn’t just the friends at His side He was addressing. These words of our Savior are also meant for YOU.
God made us human beings, not human doings. Which are you?
Sin is real, addictive, and dangerous. You need a battle plan.
Grab a cup of coffee (or tea, if you prefer), and let’s chat about life after graduation.
His question intrigued me. I was in a crowded, college-town coffee shop with a friend, catching up over hot Earl Grey tea, when I overheard a conversation from the next table over. “What does it mean to fix your eyes on Jesus?"
Not too long ago I saw a movie trailer for a remake of an old classic. A friend who watched the same trailer said it looked to her like the new film was nearly a carbon copy of the original, which she was “totally okay with.” I agreed with my her and waited with eager anticipation for the movie’s release. Later, I realized how accurate my friend’s statement truly was—not just about that movie, but about life.
The habits, character, and faith of these six women rubbed off on me little by little through the simple, everyday moments shared together.
Just a few reasons why I'm excited about the release of the #AdornedBook by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
In December of 1999, the world was going nuts over something called Y2K. People were worried that computers wouldn’t handle the switch to a new millennia, the market would crash, and the world would basically come to an end. Many people stockpiled and withdrew their savings and prepared for the worst. Well, as you know,…
For those hurting this Christmas— . . . for the mom reeling from the loss of a child you never met; . . . for the wife whose marriage is hanging together by a thread; . . . for the daughter who is watching an aging parent suffer and decline; . . . for the…