God never stops loving us as his children. Our position in his family is totally secure, but sometimes we feel cut off from his love.
I can’t remember the last time I sat down with my roommates without Snapchatting, BBMing, or watching YouTube videos while trying to carry on a conversation. This is a problem--and I don’t think I'm alone.
A simple truth we sometimes forget.
Are you satisfied with just going through the motions with God?
We have an independent streak that runs really deep.
What does "happily ever after" actually look like? Igniter Media has put together this moving video of a different kind of fairy-tale ending.
You may be wondering if God is even actually there. You can’t really see him, so how do you know that he has really entered your life?
In order to reflect God, we’ve got to first know who He is.
I am relational because God is relational.
Oh, how we cherish love letters! We wait breathlessly to receive them. We read and reread them.
Being ignored can feel like the worst pain imaginable. So how often do you choose almost anything besides dwelling in God's presence?
Do you desire to be closer to God?
What is it that draws your focus back to the Lord in the midst of busy days?
Developing a relationship with God is a lifelong process, filled with adventure!
At night I'd lay my hand on my chest and feel my heartbeat. I wondered how it could go on beating as though life hadn't come undone. I didn't understand how my heart could be so strong and steady when it felt so broken.
Jesus loves us eternally and unconditionally.
The Bible is a drama that tells the story of life — and life is made meaningful by relationships.
We should be like toddlers and puppies.
Just as you would ask a friend for a specific item that you need, Jesus desires we do the same and speak with him freely.
Jesus wants each of us to find time to be with him alone so he can speak to us like he spoke with Peter that day.