Rest is an obvious but overlooked necessity, vital not only to our physical health but our mental and spiritual health as well.
Most likely you’re aware of a modern criticism levied at the Bible claiming that it’s no longer relevant or practical for us today.
What I’m counting on here is not the dream—it’s the faithfulness of God.
by Connally Gilliam and Paula Rinehart, authors of And Yet, Undaunted
Every heart comes up to this fork in the road, many times.
Remember to focus on being a friend, not a fixer… Build a relationship, just like you would with anyone else you’re getting to know.
Einstein loved music and frequently performed in public. . . Yet his love for music was linked with a sense that certain composers were tuning in to something deeper about our world.
Things like good health and strong relationships are gifts from God, and we honor him by stewarding them well. Yet if they become the focus of our lives, we are in danger of missing our calling.
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The Meaning of Marriage by Timothy Keller
This month, my husband and I decided to read through The Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller.
Doubt and disillusionment are the last of all reasons to abandon your faith. If you weather them with God—and with others—you discover the unexpected gratitude Charles Spurgeon wrote about.