Listening prayer will keep us in a posture of humility before God which will protect us from acting out of our own selfish desires.
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We can feel guilty for what we do. Shame makes us feel bad for who we are.
For quite some time, my family and I have been living in what I like to call the messy middle, the time between God's promise and its fulfillment. How do we live victoriously in those times?
Oftentimes, we choose our friends, our profession, our church, and even our mates through the covering of shame.
Two women answered God's call to hold each other accountable and fast together. Here's how God changed their lives.
You've prayed and no one is answering the prayer. Maybe you're the answer?
Here are nine practical things you can do to protect your children.
Prophecies of economic collapse hitting the nation didn't happen. What do we do now?
When you open your Facebook newsfeed, you're inundated with videos and statements that pass as truth. Here's how to exercise discernment with the onslaught of information.
You can either pretend that the holiday doesn't exist even though millions of kids are looking forward to it. Or you can use this as an opportunity for outreach.
You are a fixer-upper in the hands of God.
In your praying life, is there a big, hot light on your need? Does it seem to define you right now?
Have you ever thought that someone else's troubles were lightweight compared to your trial?
When you became a Christian, you've taken on a new identity.
The last days will be marked by a level of extreme deception the apostle Paul calls strong delusion.
Here's a reminder.
Interestingly enough, praying more is not one of those keys. Instead, you may be surprised at the three things your child needs to resist worldly influences.
It sounds absurd, but I have come to the realization that a large portion of the body of Christ has this twisted belief that God is cruel and steals life and our loved ones from us.
Over half the marriages in the church end in divorce. Here's how you can divorce-proof your marriage.
Grace is so much more than undeserved favor; it is more than just forgiveness of sin. So what is it, really?