No matter who your parents were, you can apply these principles to make sure you leave a lasting legacy in your own family.
Do not confuse the act of loving someone with enabling them. We can love people by setting healthy boundaries.
Discover what the Bible really says about forgiveness.
During times of crisis, we need community the most.
To bequeath a living legacy of knowing Jesus is of paramount importance in this hour of uncertainty and darkness.
The same grace and undeserved mercy that God extends toward us must also be extended to our fellow man, no matter their struggle.
This author felt hopeless losing her parents during the pandemic, but God used the scandalous lineage of Jesus to turn things around.
I've started to pray for understanding of why so many seem to be losing so many battles with fear.
"In a man's life and ministry, I believe he must be pointed out by great men of faith. Even Jesus was pointed out by His Father."
We can learn well from how Jesus treated Judas.
Today, lay down your attempts to be a "perfect spouse," and just try to be an encouraging spouse.
Honoring your mother while she is alive and vibrant is crucial in the kingdom.
These can help you think differently and live powerfully.
The apostle Paul learned this lesson all too well.
Dealing with a prodigal child is never easy. But God can show you the best way to see them return to Him.
There are essential actions that you can learn to build and maintain them.
Hint: This podcast guest credits Romans 12:2 as her foundation of "staying" on God's healing path when she wanted to "leave."
Because the early church was not born tucked away below a towering steeple.
A life lived outside of deep ongoing fellowship with God is fundamentally dysfunctional.
A huge segment of today's young generation has walked away from church. But I am hopeful that many prodigals are on their way home.