Each of the Gospels feature the slow rise of tension surrounding Jesus. Luke is no different, and in it are lessons for leading ourselves.
Can you find meaning in pain and suffering? According to esteemed psychologist Victor Frankl and Christian tradition, yes. Read this article to find out how.
Stuck in a hard place, it’s easy to say, “This is just the way it is.” Nope. There is always a choice and salvation available to you.
A common goal among Christians or those seeking to find God is to read the Bible more often. A common problem is understanding what we are reading. Over the next few weeks, let’s read the Gospel of Luke together, so we can understand what we are reading.
Christmas is a season to remember and reflect on the miracles of God in your life. We need to remember these miracles to get us past the times when life isn’t easy.
It’s natural to be reminded of our disappointment at Christmas, but it also is a time to fight with obedience and faithfulness. The reward for your faithfulness to God’s calls and commands are far beyond what you can imagine!
Complete. This is just the way things are. Do these words run through your head? It’s a lie. Jesus has the power to change the impossible.
We are guaranteed to walk through the wilderness, so it God’s punishment? Spoiler alert! It’s not, and you can prepare for it! Here are two steps to take.
All of us have valleys of weeping, the kingdom of God is built on this pain redeemed. Your pain can become your pearl of great price!
Navigating childhood memories can be difficult. However, what a valley of weeping can be turned into a spring of refreshment. Here’s how!