Next time someone lays an accusation at your door, take a look at it, and see if there is something in that accusation that you can work on.
Christ at Easter did the work in our lives that we were not capable of doing.
Is your spiritual life like a playlist on repeat? Do you long for a life of victory and freedom in Christ? Allow Him to close the revolving door on your sinful past.
What exactly does “wholesome speech” mean for the Christian? It may be harder than you think.
We all like to feel in control, but that control is illusory. When life doesn’t seem to work out right, we can trust in our God who is in control.
Have you ever cut someone down behind their back? How do you avoid this? Here are some suggestions!
What do you do when you’ve fallen from grace?
Allow grace to win.
I sit every week and listen to discourse on self-sacrifice and unconditional love, but how am I in practice?
I took a lesson from tragedy on Christ-like love.
If you don’t live in a warm climate and you have to contend with winter and its darkness, it doesn’t have to be a negative. Tina shares how we can find joy in difficult circumstances.
Spiritual growth and change is not a quick decision, but a daily habit that produces results.
How much do we allow Christ to influence every aspect of our lives?
This is a wonderful and busy time of the year. Are you making sure that you’re busy with eternal gifts?
If we are honest, for some of us, Advent has been a disappointment. As a Christian, what do we do when our expectation does not match the reality?
Just a few thoughts on thankfulness from my own experience.
In Scripture we are told to be content in every circumstance and discontent with life on earth. Is it possible to reconcile this? Can discontentment be a spiritual virtue?
What is the proper response to spiritual battles in our life? What is your response to trials in your life? We can take some lessons from modern warfare.
Is it okay to remain in an unhealthy church setting? What is the proper way to separate from a church body? Tina Pitamber offers some helpful guidance.
Are the daily decisions, the little things, important? Does our focus on the little things have eternal significance and consequence?
Is it okay to choose good over best when interacting with our spouse? In what way does our interaction with our spouse say how important they are to us?
Time is a limited resource and our individual time frame is an unknown quantity. Does that make us anxious or purpose-filled?
As a Christian, do the daily, mundane decisions really matter to God? Does He actually care if I mow my lawn? We take a quick look at a Scriptural approach to these questions.