Jesus never said it would all be roses and blue skies.
We never outgrow the need for discipline.
Jesus already knows how the story ends.
Some hardships are unavoidable for the follower of Jesus.
How will you respond if you're mistreated today?
What would it take for you to curse God?
Jeremiah 29:11 understood in context is way more relevant to our lives!
Are you ever surprised by how much you can handle?
Do you believe that God is better at defending you than you are?
Do you serve God because of what you want to give to Him or because of what you hope to get from Him?
If anyone had a reason to be discouraged, it was Paul.
Joy comes in the middle of hardship by learning to trust.
Have you settled for limited victory in your Christian walk?
Did we really sign up to suffer?
There is hope for you today even if you begin to falter.
Whatever your destination, you don't need to get there today.
Great love leads to great endurance.
Learning to lean in to your coach.
Friends can help you endure to win the battle.
Where is your place of power?
God asks us to trust that His intentions are good even when we can't see Him at work.
So, you've been taking matters into your own hands. How's that working out for you?
God will never renege on His promises.
Jesus loves to turn your disadvantages into opportunities for spiritual growth and impact.
Jesus volunteered to be shamed publicly.
Deep down we expect to get what we deserve and work hard for, but the Christian life doesn't exactly work that way.
Before you rush to fix something, stop and pray.
When you give in to addiction yet again, how can you find hope to get back up and fight?
How will you use technology to build community today?
Becoming strong in grace requires effort.