Kick death in the face like Jesus did. Read today's devotion.
Are you an "illness Google-er"?
I don’t always understand God’s timing, but sometimes I get a glimpse.
Mary was in so much pain that she fell at the feet of Jesus to weep. What was Jesus' response?
What cancer taught me about surrender. Read today's devotion.
If you have lost someone you love, take the time to mine out a nugget or two of wisdom your loved one has left for you, and carry these truths close to your heart, along with the memories.
Is death worth worrying about?
Hope. It’s such a simple four letter word, but it can mean so many different things to different people.
I was in denial, and the rage I was experiencing prevented me from entering into the loving arms of my Savior.
We aren’t supposed to bury our kids. It isn’t fair. It’s OK to ask why God he would let this happen.
We often try to ignore it, but sooner or later, we must all face the inevitability of death...
Laying at the door of death has a singular way of clarifying exactly what is of ultimate importance. Attending the death of a person stimulates sober thought and a re-adjustment of one’s own priorities.
My father stepped into Heaven, but he left me his well-worn Bible.
Would you live your life differently if you knew when you were going to die?
The loss of a loved one can fill our hearts with grief, fear, and consternation. We might try to avoid thinking about it, but sooner or later, death comes to us all. This series invites us to fearlessly explore our fear of death and how faith in Jesus overcomes it.