Devotion to God in a fast-food world. Read today's devotion.
Before you cry out "Legalism!", consider this.
Whether Lent is a cherished tradition of yours or is something totally new to you, there's a lot we can learn by practicing it to enrich our faith.
Because of Jesus, the pain of death has lost its sting.
In business, time is money. For Christians, it's love.
When Jesus washed the disciples’ feet, he did more than wash off the dust from their busy days.
What does “blood is thicker than water” mean?
Don’t fall for the lie that says, “Jesus suffered so I wouldn’t have to.”
Do you feel inconvenienced by God? That's great!
God loved us before we paid any attention to Him.
When you sacrifice something, do you attach conditions?
Your Kingdom come is easier said than done.
Do you speak up too often?
God will not give us the details of our dream from A-Z.
Lent is not about proving your love to Jesus. Don't lose sight of his sacrifice.
When praise doesn't come easy.
What will you do with the free time on your hands?
Be strategic in the sacrifices you make.
“No reserves, no retreats, no regrets.”
When you can't put the puzzle pieces together.
We say we would die for Christ, but what about simply living for Him?
It's catastrophic not to follow Jesus.
The trip AND sacrifice of my life.
Do your greatest pleasures in life lead you to worship? Or do they lead you away from intimacy with Jesus?
If you follow through, God just might multiply your offering.
You could never arrange the beautiful places God wants to take you.
Does Jesus expect repayment, as if each week we manage not to mess up royally is an installment against what we owe Him?
Are you wobbling on the tightrope of faith?
When you feel crushed by your to-do list.
Human sacrifices seem bizarre and appalling to us, and it is now so mainstream to judge past societies by today’s standards. Here's how to understand the almost sacrifice of Isaac.
The value of practicing Lent.
You are worth every drop of blood that Jesus shed and paid for you.
Sacrifice on repeat.
When you've got that peaceful easy feeling.
Nobody made Jesus do it.
How does God purify our praise?
Has anyone ever refused a gift that you offered?
It's much easier to accept possessions that are readily available than to hold onto a promise.
God needed someone or something to take our place in order that we could be reconciled to him.