Raise your hands in praise and keep the Light on!
God wants me to take joy in my pain? What!?
Are you tired of living in a fog of hopelessness? Read what Dr. Lynette Hoy suggests to a fifteen-year-old in the depths of depression.
Does the meaning of Christmas cause you so much joy, you can’t help but spread the good news?
Joy is offered to you every single day. Here is how to receive it.
Your approach to daily life either works for you or against you — and it’s a decision God allows you to make for yourself.
The recession hit and I'd lost my job. Debts piled up and my wife returned to teaching, but her job would never afford us the lifestyle we considered acceptable. I began to wonder if we'd ever be happy again.
Without Christ in me, I could never choose joy. It would only be a feeble attempt at positive thinking. And he gives me the power to make that choice, even in the most difficult circumstances.
Make Jesus the center of your life and joy once again.
Did you know you have a supernatural tool at your disposal that can change the course of your day and even your life?
Sometimes the best medicine is free of charge.
Don't let the business of the season crowd out the joy.
How will you share the joy of Christ this Christmas?
True joy is carefree.
When was the last time you heard news that brought you joy?
The best Christmas party you'll ever go to.
Envy takes up too much energy and space.
Just stop and listen.
How are you finding joy amidst this busy season?
There is something so pure about children’s joy.
Don’t concentrate on the dark.
Joy can be the outcome of grief.
We’ve got the joy, let’s give it away.
Joy isn’t dependent on what we have.
Jesus has the power. You have the message.
Are you living a life of adventure? Would you describe your Christian life as abundant? Jesus promises us a full life when we hand it over to him, but that looks different for each one of us as we become missional disciples wherever God has placed us.
Where is your focus when your life feels barren?
Share This: The big question about pain.
Do you struggle to find joy in the pain of life?
What does hope in action look like?