Your purpose is found in living directly in relationship with God and serving Him, whether or not you end up doing that with another person.
God can use a craving for something we don’t have to propel us to make changes we may not have considered otherwise.
We’ve all got things we’d prefer not to talk about. But if we uncover the issues we’ve left unaddressed, we’ll see our relationships become infinitely richer and more real.
How can I find purpose and fulfillment when my life is so — ordinary? Jesus has the answer, and it’s a far cry from what the world is telling you.
Cancel culture is all the rage, but Jesus offers a better way to stand for truth and engage the culture.
It’s not always easy to talk with God about what’s really on your heart. Take a prayer lesson from the psalmists and deepen your conversations.
Being flexible doesn’t come naturally for many of us, but that doesn’t mean we can’t practice stretching.
None of us are guaranteed health, success, or a problem-free existence. The mission of my life is not self-preservation, but to trust and obey God.
Sometimes God chooses the worst Christmas ever to work a miracle we didn’t know we needed.