Rest is an obvious but overlooked necessity, vital not only to our physical health but our mental and spiritual health as well.
Growing up in the church, I’d always assumed that, if there was something I wanted, then it was probably—or definitely—not God’s will for me.
If you’ve been struggling lately with how to spend your time, consider the following books that are worthwhile.
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“Scripture identifies eighteen spiritual gifts. As you read through the list, consider which gifts you might have or want to learn more about.
School is in session! We pray that this transition into fall brings you much peace and joy.
By Linda Howard, Associate Publisher of Children’s Books, and Katrina Cassel, author of The One Year Book of Bible Trivia for Kids
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“When He asks me, ‘What did you do with the gifts I gave you?’ I want to be able to answer well. No regrets. I don’t ever want to look back and say, ‘Oh gee, I wish I had done this or that.
The whole purpose of my life is to be wholly Christ’s, which means I must not hold onto anything else. In the offering, the person I am and the words I write become what they were always meant to be . . .
“She could be with anyone who wasn’t an Ebersol, and everyone would celebrate it. The same was true of him and anyone but a Bontrager.