One life-changing thing that happens during a crisis is we are reminded of what's most important, and we are called to courageously respond to those reminders.
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Some days I'm recovering quite well, while other days I am hiding behind perfectionism to avoid judgment from anyone and everyone—myself included.
We're not in control, but we have the tremendous honor, the privilege, of being able to connect with the one who is ultimately in control of our future.
Who needs to hear your story?
Jesus wants us to remember that our life is temporary, uncertain and will always be in peril as long as we live in this broken world.
In times like this, we have the golden opportunity to live daily as one flesh in increased ways.
"I actually believe being in isolation is one of the ways to recover our strength."
Here's the thing: God honors faith and praise.
"They would tell us many stories of women [who] put their calling on hold because they weren't sure they were right and it was OK."
Let's not waste this waiting season.
If it's good enough for Daniel, Esther, Joseph, Moses, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, it's good enough for you.
Even in a pandemic, there are signs of God's grace and mercy, if we only open our eyes to them.
She had no idea that fighting sex trafficking would be a part of her calling.
Do you know when you need a spiritual pit stop?
Why is it that just when we think we can't take any more, the Lord often has other plans?
Pastor Jeanine Blount says when she and her husband started co-leading at their church, some people weren't comfortable with that.
We can live with a grasshopper mindset in our own sight, or we can "hold tightly without wavering to the hope we affirm" (Heb. 10:23, NLT).
Right now, it seems we are tossed on a turbulent sea of bad news and scary unknowns.
Like Simba, we often feel frightened, ashamed or filled with self-doubt.
A revelation of God through a testimony has the power to position us to experience God in what He is doing in the present.