Do you sometimes think you’ve been forgotten or overlooked by God? You know the feeling: That slight twinge of jealousy when you hear that another acquaintance from your singles group has gotten engaged. I sometimes question if God’s love for me is sufficient or even present.
What would our Savior, who’s seated in majesty at the right hand of God, know of our suffering? Everything. During Holy Week, as He journeyed to the cross, He experienced suffering at an intensity we cannot comprehend.
I’ve made the decision to no longer chemically straighten my hair. For women in the African American community, there is a standard of associating straight hair with beauty while shunning the kinky texture of our natural hair. But I wanted to embrace the hair God had given me.
Five months ago, I decided to get serious about eating healthier and exercising. I’ve been able to stick with it because of a change in mindset and a focus on developing healthy habits, rather than just following specific diets. Here are four helpful things I’ve learned along the way.
Unless you end up marrying the first person you date, you are going to go through this awful thing. So let me offer some post-breakup self-care advice to help you heal. And trust me, it does get better. 1. Let people love you.
She was stunned when she first came across it — a beautiful, delicate, small flower pushing through the hard earth. The Creator said it represented her heart. He had warned her she would feel pain as it grew, but she would experience deep joy as well. …
Marriage inevitably changes the relationship between a couple and their friends. Here are some suggestions to help you make it through that awkward phase.
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