Revival is a glorious state we all want to experience. But true revival doesn't begin in the church; it begins in our hearts.
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Have you been burned by a church or a pastor? Here's some wisdom on how to not become another casualty in the faith.
Did you know you are part of an epic battle? Learn why you are the target and how to take up your sword.
Sometimes telling people about Jesus is meaningless when the abundant life isn't being lived out in front of them.
Stop and ponder for a moment what God has done for you.
We come into the kingdom as we are, but God's plan is to transform us into the women we are destined to bethe woman we want to be. Start your journey to becoming the woman God has called you to be.
These women aren't letting their gender stop them from being powerful preachers of the gospel.
Here's how God answers when you're considered incurable by doctors or beyond hope.
You're exhausted from working and taking care of the kids. You're ready to quit being a mommy. Before you quit, author Megan Breedlove has some encouragement for you.
No matter what kind of transition you are involved in presently, stepping into your new season takes time, patience and preparation.
Instead of dating being a self-centered pursuit, you can glorify God. Here's how dating can be a mission for His purposes.
Today, in remembrance of 9/11, remember to pray for the young men and women who survived the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are the walking wounded among us.
Good posture spiritually and physically is good for your health. Here are the benefits of good posture.
Even in the maddening rush of the 21st century, stillness is available in Christ every day.
Do you think you're the most unlikely person that God would use for His glory? You're in good company.
Are your kids driving you crazy? God's grace is here for those moments.
God is constantly working on our behalf behind the scenes of our life. Here's some insight from Megan Breedlove on how God works for you.
In Christ, there is atonement for our sins. Yet we can still be tempted to keep a running tally of all we've done.
Do you remember your favorite teacher's name? Author Christy Fitzwater learns the value of a good name from a teacher loved by her students. Here's her story.