I’m noticing the ways in which God might be using this time to reorient us back toward wholeness, and how we can respond by giving thanks in worship.
Prepare your heart for resurrection Sunday with a collection of devotionals for Holy Week, designed to help you reflect and meditate on Christ’s sacrifice.
Instead of glossing over this important greeting, let’s establish three things I believe the Lord intends to communicate to us through Colossians 1:1-2.
We are in the craziest time of life I have ever experienced. Many wonder: are we living the end times? Let me address a few common questions you might have.
Looking at this situation through the eyes of my children, I wonder how much they will remember. What will they recall from our parenting during a pandemic?
In this time of quarantine, isn’t it like God to provide opportunities to be gospel influencers in our communities without even leaving our own homes?
Right now, conversations revolve around a virus we can’t even see. Think: what would it look like to have the same number of conversations with God?
I consider myself very adaptable. But with endless opportunities vying for my attention, I realize: God has a specific to-do list for my life.
I’m experiencing an anxious heart as I see the anxiety that is all around us. Yet, I find comfort in the truth of Psalm 91.
We’re using many words to describe our current environment due to COVID-19. While many could apply, the one I sense the strongest is: “unsettling.”
If your body tenses at the mere thought of rest, then that is precisely why you should do it! We see rest in the Bible as a necessary act of faith.
As kids are home and return dates are uncertain, my daughter reminded me that I too was once pulled, rather unwillingly, into being a “homeschool mom.”
As Christians, we should be set apart from the world, even during economic uncertainty. How? Consider these five faithful stewardship tips.
One of Jesus’s main concerns is that his followers proclaim the gospel to others. The gospel not only a solution to our sin problem. It also gives us a calling: we are saved to be his witnesses.
Download a seven-day COVID-19 Prayer Guide to utilize in your quiet time, with your Small Group, or with your family.