In this Advent devotional, Ann Voskamp offers hope to those who feel alone, overwhelmed, and in need of a Christmas miracle.
“The hopes of the godly result in happiness, but the expectations of the wicked come to nothing.
This year, you can read through the entire Bible in as little as fifteen minutes a day.
Here are three simple practices to help you receive all this sacred season has to offer as you get ready to celebrate the best Christmas yet.
It’s beginning to look a lot like . . . Advent! Starting the Sunday after Thanksgiving, Advent is the season of the church calendar that leads up to Christmas.
The world doesn’t need more perfectly presentable Christians. It needs people who love Jesus and are willing to show up and say, “I can’t do anything on my own.
With so many different interpretations of the Bible by sincere, Holy Spirit-filled Christians, we can’t all be right—which means most of us are at least a little bit wrong in our understanding of biblical truth.
“He didn’t make it!” my sister howled between hysterical sobs, groans, and gasps for air. “He didn’t make it. This isn’t happening.
In hopes of encouraging you on your own journey, below are five big life lessons that were seared into my brain thanks to the trial and blessing that was high school.