I think Emotionally Healthy Spirituality should be required reading for every Christian, especially in the midst of a global trauma.
Advocates points me back to our good God who can unify us even when the world tries to keep us divided.
Quarantine and social distancing are hard. I hope that these books will encourage, challenge, and inspire in the midst of a difficult season.
We’re all part of the same body, connected together through our shared faith, to encourage each other as we journey through this difficult thing called life.
My suspicion is that the things that irk you to no end are probably some of the very things that the Lord wants to use you to change.
The Lord desires quality time with us—what an immense privilege that is!
May we be those broken men and women, the contrite in heart, that God is looking for.
God doesn’t shy away when I’m vulnerable or when I’m not—he is unquestioningly worthy of my trust.
God doesn’t want us to just know a bunch of stuff about him, but he wants us to be participants with him in faith and in life.
We display the incredible creativity of our Creator when we embrace the multi-dimensional, multi-faceted way he created us.