Each day of this devotional series, we will consider key moments in God’s glorious plan to redeem us. We will understand both the overarching story of God and the highlights of all He’s done for us in Christ.
God seems to lead some people to a specific place or job. But what if you don’t see a flashing sign or a bolt of lightning telling you what to do? Here’s how to move forward.
Do you ever feel like God is silent as you wait on Him? But instead of you waiting on God, what if He is waiting on you? Learn how to respond to God in these uncertain times.
Do you feel like your next step is impossible? Discover how even Jesus wrestled with the difficulty of His defining moment.
Are you searching for your life’s purpose? How we each live out our purpose may look different, but our purpose was defined long, long ago.
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.
Calling is the truth that God calls us to himself so decisively that everything we are, everything we do, and everything we have is invested with a special devotion, dynamism, and direction lived out as a response to his summons and service.
The hectic pace of life can keep us from meeting with God and hearing from Him. This article shows some practical ways to connect with God amid your busy day.
God wants to give us wisdom and insight on the large and small decisions we face in our lives.
God wants to renew our minds and fill our hearts with desires and passions that will glorify Him, serve others and bring great joy and purpose to our lives.
A group of NFL players are making Christ famous through their footwear.
Does God really speak to us today in an intelligible voice? During my first ten days after moving to college, my roommate and I conceived a brilliant plan that involved us getting drunk every night. On the tenth night of this escapade, I went up to my room and sat on my bed.
©1994-2019 Cru. All Rights Reserved.