Many of my peers participated in Lenten fasts… even though they also came from evangelical or other Protestant denominations.
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.
…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.
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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
A life verse can help us move on from our old stories of failure and defeat by replacing the lies we’ve believed about ourselves with God’s truth.
From the manger to the tomb, God has embraced the brokenness of humanity, giving new meaning to His name, Emmanuel: God with us.
“In the beginning the Word already existed.
The Word was with God,
and the Word was God.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss
Some of us already have a well-established reading habit (kudos if that’s you!).