Viewed through a scriptural lens, our prayers (or lack thereof) might be just as culpable for the troubled state of our nation as the actions and decisions of our leaders—if not more so.
When approached with intentionality and adequate structure, the Daniel Diet can produce unprecedented personal results.
Prayer is one of the great tenets of Christian life, but don’t let the importance of it become restrictive.
Praying is difficult.
You can imagine the Lord speaking your name, saying “I love you so much.” Instinctively, you reply, “Thank you, Lord.” The conversation has begun.
The leaves are falling. There’s a chill in the air. Autumn has returned and, with it, the sweet sight and sounds of a festive season.
We think God will hear our heart’s cry if only we can sanitize it. But in the act of sanitization, we prove we do not trust him, as if he can only handle the sugar-coated prayers.
by Johnnie Moore, author of We Are One
Unlike the jihadist martyrs gaining the attention— and fear— of the world, these followers of Jesus are not seeking to die in order to earn a place in heaven.
The world is shaking. You have probably noticed that. The headlines regularly announce convulsions in government, economics, culture, worldviews, and so much more.
World Cancer Day is an international day marked on February 4 to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment.