What if God asks you to give up the one thing you hold most dear? How do you do it, actually let it go? Lauren Bowerman goes looking for answers.
John Newton once wrote, “With Christ in the vessel, I smile at the storm.” Columnist Christy Britton reflects on these words and asks, “Am I brave enough to smile at my storms?”
God does not desire us to worry, writes Elin Phillips. But how do you help an anxious child? How do you encourage a fearful kid to trust in the promises of God?
Lauren Bowerman has a complicated relationship with money, like most of us. But in trusting God with her finances, she’s growing closer to Jesus.
Suffering, Lauren Bowerman writes, is not a mark of failure or weakness. It's not a sign of God's disappointment in you. Suffering—even depression—can be a means of grace.
Share the gospel with someone in another country? Sure. With your unbelieving aunt? No way. Why is it so complicated with family?