How would you describe your current experience as a Christian? Growing. Frustrated. Disappointing. Fulfilled. Forgiven. Stuck. Joyful. Up and down?
Isn't it great to be alive? Read today's devotion.
Frank Sinatra and Jesus on the meaning of life. Read today's devotion.
Try these glasses on for size; significance fits just right. Read today's devotion.
Jesus throws a pipe into the American dream. Read today's devotional.
Let the light of hope transform how you see today! Read today's devotion.
Only the Holy Spirit can change us from the inside out and make us more like Jesus. But to experience that, we need to let Him lead.
Abundant life. We talk about it. Sing about it. Pray for it. Books and conferences promise it. But what really is it? It's time to sort out the truth from the myths.
Why on earth wouldn't we unwrap and enjoy the gift that God - who knows us better than any friend - has given us?
We want to know that we are something significant — that our lives have real value. Don’t we?
Let’s say God “keeping” my life could mean pain, anguish, suffering, even death. Is abundance worth it?
When I was showering or half-asleep, my mind would drift over and press repeat on my playlist of hurts and regrets.
Your spiritual gifts. Your heart. Your talents. Your story. This is the treasure of your life.
"I’m a Christian living with depression, and the only way I have found to keep myself alive and hopeful is to look for those divine brushstrokes through what sometimes feel like infinite smears of black."
My fluency in the language of fear is met perfectly by God’s courage. Without fail, when my knees start to falter, I hear God’s gentle but strong whisper: “I’m with you.”
Listen to how incredible you are. Let the words sink in until the lies you've let form your self-image begin to fall right off of you.
"You are awesome! You are full of more amazing qualities, traits and virtues than you could imagine, given to you by the Lord who loves you.”
More joy. More meaning. More purpose. More love. I want more out of my relationship with God.
Christ can sustain the lonely with just a word!
Think of a time in your life when the joy of a milestone was accompanied by the uncertainty of what comes next. What if you could encourage someone else in that position?
Understanding of God's mercy looks like gratitude. It looks like action. It looks a lot like risk.
No matter who you are, God's paying attention to you.
If you ever struggle with time management, take heart. You aren't alone.
How do we live in the midst of a new beginning that we didn’t expect, or even want?
In business, time is money. For Christians, it's love.
Why is it so difficult to remember Jesus as our bread of life when our spirits are empty?
Are you living life to the max or just trudging through it day by day? We all want to feel fulfilled. Here is a way worth considering.