Elisabeth Adams has lived in five states, one Canadian province, and the captivating city of Jerusalem, where she studied historical geography and Hebrew. As a freelance writer and editor, she loves hearing and telling new tales of God's faithfulness. Most of all, she wants to keep a quiet heart.
If "no" is never a genuine choice in my mind, I can never say a whole-hearted "yes."
What if my single life is more fruitful than I know?
Navigating a series of "almost" relationships can be wearisome. But this inconvenient process may also be the very means God is using to mature you.
What does it mean to be siblings in Christ?
The pain of being left out as a single young adult is real, but there are practical things you can do to make it better.
Fighting in a godly way creates space for the next conflict to be successful.
Learn five ways to help protect a woman's heart and make your intentions clear.
When it comes to molding me, the Lord has made the most of all seven of my siblings.
Pause. And calmly think of this.
Trusting God with a hope denied
How women can end the gender war
Seeing God's image in the men He made
Hospitality: giving the gift of yourself.
Marriages between two cultures present challenges, but Christ and the Cross can transcend cultural differences.
If you want to succeed, you've got to accept criticism.
Praying for the impossible is not a test of my imagination; it's a test of my faith.
The Lord calls you to join Him walking on the water. The next step is yours.
When God is your matchmaker, there's no need to mind the gap.
If God could waste a perfectly good Messiah on us, why couldn't I waste something on Him?
If I could sum up what Sabbath means to me, it would take just three words: He says stop.
The uncertainty God had allowed into my life simply revealed the ignorance I live with every single day.
You may find it delicious.
It's a fascinating place to explore. So why does it seem that I spend so little time abiding there?
God has endless ways of winning our hearts, and I'm fascinated by them all.
As time goes on, it grows more clear to me that while my waiting years are a loss, they are not a waste.
When I see His work in His people, I see God.
If you're a detective-story fan, you may also have noticed that sometimes the smallest of facts becomes the most important of clues.
My favorite love stories are true ones.
What does an optimist know about suffering? Not much.
The good news is that Jesus really came back to life, and not merely in a figurative or "spiritual" way.
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