The things we are called to are not dependent upon us, but are an opportunity for us to rely on God even more.
No matter where we fall on the Martha and Mary spectrum, we are loved and accepted by God because of Jesus.
The woman at the well reminds me that there’s always more room in God’s Kingdom, and he’s given us the opportunity to invite as many as we can to the party.
King Lemuel’s mother, though unnamed in the Bible, has led to life-change in millions of people’s lives throughout the history of humankind.
Pilate’s wife is a sweet reminder to me that obedience to what God has said is more important than what others do with the advice we give.
The faithful Canaanite woman was persistent in her faith in the face of obstacles and rejection.
God loves single women just as much as he loves single men, married men and women, widows, widowers, and everyone in between.
I believe that as we understand God’s goodness and our sinfulness more, our worship will move beyond just something we do, to a deeply ingrained part of our lives.
Our practical compassion is never wasted, but can have a lasting impact beyond what we can see.
I wonder what a single act of courageous generosity in our lives could do for others?