Growing up in the church, I’d always assumed that, if there was something I wanted, then it was probably—or definitely—not God’s will for me.
“Scripture identifies eighteen spiritual gifts. As you read through the list, consider which gifts you might have or want to learn more about.
The whole purpose of my life is to be wholly Christ’s, which means I must not hold onto anything else. In the offering, the person I am and the words I write become what they were always meant to be . . .
By Robin W. Pearson, author of the book Walking In Tall Weeds.
Growing up, I probably spent more time with a book than I did with my parents. Not that my family didn’t spend quality time together.
“Police officers are human beings. None of them can ever be perfect. . . .
“I write historical fiction because I love history, especially the little-known stories of ordinary people.
“Jim taught me that love is the voluntary giving up of oneself for another, the unconditional acceptance and desire of good for another person”
By Dianne Derby, author of the book Two Hundred Tuesdays: W
“Jesus’ love compels us to do the unthinkable, awkward parts of initiating friendship — ‘And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and wa
Are you a caregiver or someone seeking hope amidst grief? The following resources can help equip, uplift, and strengthen you for the journey.