I saw a post on Facebook that compared the Coronavirus to a storm. For the majority of us, it’s just a little sprinkle. It affects us, […]
These days, it’s easy to become obsessed with everything that’s wrong with the world. We’re continually bombarded by “news” (which is sometimes more sensational than informative) […]
Acts 16:19: “And when her masters saw that the hope of their gains was gone, they caught Paul and Silas and drew them into the marketplace […]
Be Still We are designed for time spent in the quiet, simply being with our heavenly Father. In the stillness, we have opportunity to pay close […]
How do you quantify fear? How do you measure anxiety? None of us knows what lies ahead of us with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. When scientists’ […]
Leading Through Rapid, Unexpected Change No surprise here, but you are leading through unprecedented global change. Just stop for a minute. Re-read that first line. Unprecedented […]
Kids are the best comforters! I was five when I was diagnosed with scarlet fever and pneumonia and imprisoned (I mean quarantined) at home for four […]
Many people, including many readers of this blog, are facing some level of financial uncertainty right now because of the coronavirus crisis. These are challenging times, […]
“And Hannah prayed and said, ‘My heart exults in the Lord; my horn is exalted in the Lord.” 1 Samuel 2:1 Gratitude is a rare gift. […]
Anxiety may be healed by discovering underlying assumptions that cause automatic negative thinking. For example, questions like “What is the evidence that this is true? Can you designate a time to worry and then put worry thoughts aside for the day? Is there something different that might happen rather than the scenario you’ve imagined?” These and other tips assist us in putting to rest our anxious thoughts.
Study the last week of Christ’s life from Palm Sunday to Resurrection. What can be learned? Some ran, some stayed, and some denied him. Who would […]
Biblical details of the events just preceding Christ’s death.
The robe of Christ represents His glory and Christ’s covering over you in love and forgiveness.Les Mandeville
Peter began with deep faith, then slipped into over-confidence and spiritual laziness. Intimacy with Jesus was replaced with distant following. We can re-build our lives when we come to Jesus in humility and repentance. Prayer guide for repentance and confession.David Ferguson
Recovery is possible for both you and your husband. This guide will help you understand why your husband uses pornography, as well as outline the pathway to recovery and restoration.Luke Gilkerson
Asaph’s lament recorded in Psalm 77 is an intense heart-cry from a man who felt abandoned, hopeless and disillusioned. In those dark moments, the psalmist began to doubt God. yet as Asaph recalled God’s powerful deliverance of Israel at the parting of the Red Sea, he became confident God could lead him through his own crisis of faith.Julie Barrier