Stories matter. When my husband asked me to share a part of my story for a night of worship at our church on Easter, I didn’t want to do it. I didn’t want to recall the hard and sinful places I’d been. I didn’t want to reopen the scarred over
Why does Easter matter? Does it? Really? If it does, how has it changed us … not just Sunday when we gathered together in our best or brightest (or in our t-shirts depending on your preference), but how does the resurrection of Jesus Christ affect us now … on Tuesday.
So there you are, standing in the Bible study section of your local Christian bookstore? Or maybe you searched “Bible studies” on Amazon? And now, looking at the massive selection, there is only one word to describe how you feel— OVERWHELMED! Whether you are a women’s ministry leader selecting the
Can I be really honest? I’m in a bit of a slow spot spiritually. It happens to me periodically, those seasons when my quiet time and Bible study seems “flat” and I am really just going through the motions. Early in my spiritual journey I believed seasons like this indicated
You’ve heard the song, right? Just in case you haven’t (or you’re like me and LOVE it), here you go … Do you really believe God is a good, good Father? He is. He can’t NOT be. It’s inherent in His character to be truly good, in fact, He alone
Piety. It’s not one of those words we use every day, right? It feels a little old-fashioned. But sometimes, a word we don’t use often is the perfect word to make us stop and really think. Here’s the definition: the quality of being religious or reverent. Some of the synonyms for