“Ultimately the revelations that happen in a crisis lay bare our spiritual state. We are forced to face uncomfortable realities. Our social systems are broken.
“As they discover truth, the closer they come to truth, the closer they come to God.”
By Preston Ulmer, excerpted from the book The Doubters’ Club.
“Love is a powerful emotion that can be used against us if we allow another person to lie, deceive, and betray us.”
An interview with DiAnn Mills, author of the book Trace of Doubt.
This month, The Arc team is back to school with our new reading lists! Find some inspiration for your TBR or library list with the ideas below.
Although Jesus had one of the most packed schedules in his 33 years of life, the Son of God still knew where to draw his boundaries and make sure he was giving himself room to grieve and breathe, so that he could go bac
When we stop pretending like we have everything under control and start showing others the truth, our lives become a walking witness to the God we worship.
This month, The Arc team is all set for summer fun and good reads! Find some inspiration for your TBR or library list with the ideas below.
When we habitually remember the good, acknowledge that everyone around us is fully human, listen well to those with opposing viewpoints, maintain reasonable expectations, avoid blame or the need to be right, and allow o
. . . what seeped through my consciousness was the truth that my wife’s cancer was not the greatest power in the universe.
This article was adapted from Hope Always: How to Be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide by Matthew Sleeth, MD.
Here are twelve ways that you can encourage someone who is feeling depressed or suicidal.