I keep wondering if I’m even close to being an ideal Christian.
Check out the seven step plan to accomplishing big things according to Nehemiah.
The surge of virtual services is a good thing, but a virtual service doesn’t work for me.
A collection of poetry and scripture to celebrate the act of thanksgiving on the holiday called Thanksgiving.
Anxiety is a huge problem in our world. I never considered surrender as the answer. Enter Jennie Allen and her amazing book GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD. I’ve been writing about it for a few weeks now, and I hope you’re not tired of listening to me synthesize the amazing information and encouragement she provided …
Many people don’t attend church. They’ve decided they can worship God anywhere and that “traditional” worship services stifle their relationship with God. But church is essential for a Jesus-believer.
The psalms of David evoke many emotions, but one of the most common is the utter helplessness the poet feel and his assurance God is listening. Even more wonderful, he knows God will help him.
I cried unto the LORD with my voice, and he heard me… Psalm 3:4 KJV Sometimes it feels like we’re invisible. No one can see us, and our voice must be muffled because people aren’t listening. It’s even worse when it feels like God has stopped listening to us. Have you been there? During the …
God's grace is often misrepresented and abused. Sometimes, we're a bit like Jonah and we don't really want grace for others, but we misinterpret God’s patience for us as a gift of grace.
This year, I'm reading through the New Testament using YouVersion Bible app. And I’ve been under conviction about plenty of faults. But one thing keeps echoing over and over: my lack of faith penalizes me.
I was reading along in my Bible like a good Christian should. Things were exciting until The Book stopped me in my tracks. I’m minding my own business, and Jesus says, “According to your faith be it unto you” (Matthew 9:29).