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.
When we look to Jesus Christ and His redemptive work, we are saved.
God will never leave you as an orphan.
"Always remember, God longs for a deep level of intimacy with you."
Sometimes we are waiting on Him, but in reality, He is waiting on us.
We often look on tears as a sign of weakness, but the biblical record says just the opposite.
Unfortunately, many people can identify bad communication, but not enough people know how to solve it.
What he said could make a lot of women feel very unworthy of anyone.
Even while pursuing other things we know won't fill us, God waits patiently for us to remember Him.
The apostle Paul gives us the secret.
Love must be God-centered, or it is not true love.