Christmastime is filled with celebration and joy. We blare the peppy Christmas tunes, indulge in our favorite treats, and decorate our homes to the hilt with twinkling lights and garland. But beneath all the festivity, you might be experiencing feelings that aren’t so merry and bright. Sometimes, the holiday season can dig up buried hurts…
Two men, two encounters with grace, two opposite responses.
Maybe we need years of faithfulness before we go out and change the world for Jesus.
You can't get anymore happily ever after than this.
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.
While I don’t know what you’re going through, I do know what it’s like to wish you were on a different path.
Looking for a good book to curl up with on a snowy February evening? Here are six titles you may enjoy.
To each of you in various seasons I offer a word of hope, knowing my words will not lift any burdens or remove any pain, but praying they will turn your gaze heavenward and point you to Jesus who can and will.
"Sorrow was beautiful, but his beauty was the beauty of the moonlight shining through the leafy branches of the trees in the woods. His gentle light made little pools of silver here and there on the soft green moss of the forest floor. And when he sang, his song was like the low, sweet calls…
Our time on earth is like a blip on a screen. Like the crickets that sing at night and go silent by morning, we enter this world like every other human being and all too quickly are gone again.
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?"
Do you feel inundated with pressures at school, pressures at home, pressures within relationships? The bad news is you are not alone. But there is good news!