We talk about purpose a lot in our society, but how do we know what our purpose is? And how do we know that we’re choosing to do what God wants us to with our lives?
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Most of us would say we want to help our friends who are in pain, but many don’t know how. Here are some really practical tips for helping a grieving friend.
The Holiday season can be incredibly difficult for those who are grieving a loved one. What can you do to help yourself through while keeping your eyes on Jesus?
There are countless bible reading plans and countless versions of the bible. It can be overwhelming to pick one, so how do you?
Contentment isn’t something that comes naturally to most of us. In fact, most of us drift toward discontentment. What can we do to combat this?
God knows every bad and messy thing about you and still loves you more than you can imagine. How do we respond to that?
The moment you’ve been praying for is here; your child says they are ready to receive Jesus. But how do you know if they are ready? Do they know what they need to know? Are they mature enough to make this decision?
What is humility? How do we become more humble?
So you want to lead your family; what does that actually mean? And what can you do to lead well?
Do you want to start memorizing scripture but don’t know where to start? Here are some tips and tools to help you.
Do our kids really remember what we teach them? Is the effort it takes to get them to memorize scripture really worth it? Are the things we’re saying to them really making a difference?
Are you letting things go and trusting in Christ? Or are you abiding and trusting in your works?
Do you trust Jesus, even in the hard times? He is powerful, good, and worthy of our faith.