If you find yourself feeling lonely this Valentine’s Day, don’t beat yourself up. The truth is, we are made for relationship, for companionship, for intimacy.
As followers of the one true King overall, we should seek to honor each other no less, to love each other no less, and to expand God’s dominion and rule no less through all we do in our marriages.
…underneath it all, isn’t that what so many of us long for? Even in the pursuit of our dreams and goals, we long to find that elusive hope. A hope that we matter. That we are of worth.
This month I’m not reading a single book but many . . . in the form of a free, new app called Refresh! There are several things about Refresh that strike me with excitement.
God expects us to be world changers, to live lives that matter, to make someone or something different, ensuring that the world is a better place because we lived here.
By Barry C.
Looking for a fun read this Valentine’s Day? Take this quiz to find out which romance novel you should read next! (P.S.
When approached with intentionality and adequate structure, the Daniel Diet can produce unprecedented personal results.
We often don’t know what to say or do, because no words or deeds will erase the pain or undo the loss.
We think of salvation as the moment of crossing a threshold, and we let people assume this was the point of it all, that the forgiveness of sins is primarily what the gospel is about, when really, it’s about the party