What does it mean when people say God changed their lives? Is God’s love really that powerful?
Change requires risk, which means it also requires courage. It takes motivation to overcome obstacles along the way. Sometimes those obstacles are too much for us to face on our own, but true love can help us find the courage we need to change.
Have you ever wanted something so badly that you couldn’t imagine not getting it? Is there anything you can’t imagine living without?
There are early warning signs if you know where to look to see if you, or a leader close to you, is at risk for burnout or even moral failure.
Feeling valuable can influence your emotions, decisions and mental well being, so finding your value in things that last is important. Are the things you find your worth in satisfying you?
We have the opportunity to live unafraid because of a hope that isn’t based on wearing a mask or the development of a vaccine but that rests in a relationship with the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ.
Give life another chance. You may be reading this article because you are contemplating killing yourself. Or perhaps you know someone who is. If you are at the end of your rope there are suicide hotlines and other resources here.
We’ve all put our hope in something or someone that has ultimately let us down. Is it worth it to keep hoping if you’ve been repeatedly disappointed? Is there anything you can put your hope in that won’t let you down?
It’s hard to know how to help someone who has experienced trauma. Here are seven practical and compassionate ways you can care for your loved one.
Hope can influence your emotions, decisions and mental well-being, so finding hope in things that last is important. Are the things you find your value in fulfilling your hopes?
Andrew Jefferies, a former Cru student at Gallaudet University, explains how a major social gap between the Deaf and hearing communities in the world results in fewer people experiencing the gospel. He provides steps for how hearing people can help change that.
Praying for our desires does not have to be a sign of discontentment. Read one woman’s journey to find peace during a season of waiting.
On a recent visit to see my sister Suzy, I got to see the new plants in her backyard vegetable garden, like watermelons, carrots and a half a dozen corn stalks. Suzy later asked if I noticed the cherry tomatoes maturing in a corner.
Do I trust God enough to wait on Him? That’s what one woman wondered after a mysterious diagnosis. Here’s how she learned to wait on God even as her hope was put on hold time and time again.
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