It’s happened before. It happened again last night. I reacted in a way that was shockingly inconsistent with how I normally behave... Forty-five minutes later I was still making apologies.
(UN)ASHAMED: Healing a Soul of Shame
It was late one evening, several months ago that I shared with my husband that I believed that shame was ruining my life.
One Mission, Many Ways
My mom, who passed away from cancer a few years ago, was probably the pinnacle example for discipleship in my life. She worked over 20 years at a small, family-run...
Call to Action: Love is a Battlefield
More often than not, the women I️’m talking with are going through some form of relational hardship. .. I’d like to learn how to best engage in battle on behalf of these struggling relationships.
Call to Action: Never Enough
I cringe when I hear “he completes me” or “he’s my soulmate”. Because the hard truth is that no person, career or relationship can ever complete us except for the person of Jesus Christ...
The Vow Breaker & the Heart Maker
I often hear the words, “Christianity is not a religion, it is a relationship.”... But what does that really mean? What's the difference between religion and relationship?
Relational Currency: How to Invest for a Great Return
By Laura Adams It is not only a worldly concept to invest for the greatest return. The Lord has also commanded us to invest and steward our “treasures” wisely. The real difference between the two is the currency we invest. Jesus made it very clear that no one can love two masters. We will love one and hate the other. We will serve whatever we love because we are designed that way. We are worshipers at heart and whatever we desire most will consume our thoughts and our time. (Matt 6:24) The reason we invest anything is because we want to increase the quantity of what we value. We will always sacrifice in order to have what we believe will bring us the greatest joy and fulfillment. What The Lord is teaching us is to discern what is truly treasure. CLICK ON PHOTO TO KEEP READING...