During this trauma-filled year, first responders and their families need our prayers now more than ever.
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.
It’s amazing how even a few moments to slow down and listen to God can be the recharge that we need amidst our busy lives.
The truth is that I need a brief intermission to recharge and rest. And that’s okay.
Our stories hold incredible power: they can encourage and empower others to take steps toward Christ.
If you want to grow in wisdom, as I do, I encourage you to read through Proverbs and James regularly; you might be surprised at what you find!
Sometimes a decision-making embargo is just the thing to ensure I continue living from a place of health and rest instead of striving. What about you?
The truth is, I can’t be both wise and prideful. If I value wisdom, it’s only natural for me to embrace humility.
Being able to link arms with others to produce something worthwhile is one of my favorite things. But I didn’t always think this way.
It’s truly amazing to me that there’s always more to be gleaned by the Bible, even if you’ve already those verses 100 times before.