We must allow God’s Word to shape our thoughts on fear. Christy Britton shows us how to replace the lesser affection of fear of this world for the greater and deeper fear of the Lord.
Karen Kessens’ life was starting to go off the rails. She thought it was because of her actions. But then she realized how much her mind shaped her life.
We are called to imitate the faith of our spiritual ancestors and leaders. But discipleship doesn’t happen by osmosis. We must be intentional with our words, writes Jeremy Writebol.
If you’re suffering, the last thing you want to do is wait. You want hope, but it seems like it’s lost. Though an unlikely book of the Bible , Grayson Pope explains how to find hope when life is falling apart.
Enemy-love, says Dan White, Jr., calls us to move from the center of our convictions to the edge of our comfort zones. But this full-bodied kind of love collides with how we think we come to know people.
Christy Britton looks back on an ordinary moment with a friend that shaped her in ways she never could have imagined at the time.