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All of life is infused with spiritual realities - our jobs, families, friendships, major decisions and even the small details of daily experience. How can we honor God and enjoy victory in all of our moments? Joshua's experience teaches us that we must be vigilant to remain...
Parenting can bring out the worst in us; but it can also bring out the best if we'll learn from Jacob's failures and follow his successes. No family on earth is beyond hope of redemption or beyond need of growth.
You're never too young, too old, or too far away from God to begin a life of faithfulness. Josiah became king over Judah at eight years old. Through the life and process of Josiah's kingship, we can learn how to replace idolatry with worship, becoming more and more obedient...
We, like Joshua, are called to an overwhelming task, but we serve an incomparably great God. He never calls us to anything unless He has also provided us with the resources to accomplish our calling. Our "success" is guaranteed when we courageously follow Him and remain in H...
There are parts of our lives that are broken beyond our ability to repair. But there is hope because we have a God who can fix the unfixable. He can give you a new name just as He did for Jacob, and all you must do is cling to Him.
Pain and tragedy is a reality for every person. Ezekiel illustrates to us that when Christians respond to pain and tragedy differently than how the world expects, we get the world's attention. We can redirect our pain towards a purpose.
Sadly, following Jesus doesn't spare us from the discouragements of this life nor protect us from the possibility of depression. But there is good news. We can find hope even in our darkest moments. Here's how.
We're looking at the legacies left by Biblical figures. Through the life of Samson, we can better understand that God has Forgiven our Failures to Provide us with Purpose.
There is a pattern repeated throughout Christian history: God appears, God forgives, and God sends. Isaiah 6 illustrates this pattern for us as Isaiah encounters God during national crisis and mourning.
Loneliness touches all of our lives. So, how can we find genuine, enduring hope in the midst of crushing loneliness? And how can we help others struggling with loneliness?