How being available opens the way for friendships and opportunities to introduce others to Jesus.
“I began to tell Him what he already knew: I can’t do it. I can’t make sure everybody likes me. I can’t stop eating sugar. I can’t focus in my time with Him.”
Staff member Jill Felix explains her journey of learning how to stop in the middle of a society that doesn’t promote rest or practice rest, well.
We’ve all been there as parents. When the days seem too long or the problems too big to handle, where do we turn for support and encouragement?
Since prayer is our main form of communication with God, prayer itself is the relationship. Here are 4 ways we can look at our relationships with people to learn about our relationship with God.
Francis and Marie-Carmen Didier’s new adventure is to return home to France as the country’s national director.
With today’s endless activities, sometimes families find little time to actually be at home. Here are some tips for busy parents.
Being a good steward of our time is not just about the activities in our schedule. It’s also about having unified, encouraging relationships with other believers and a worshipful posture toward the Lord, no matter what we are doing.
The holidays are coming up, and your to-do list is already full. You know it’s important to give and share, but how will you find the time?
Does the holiday season bring too much busyness, stress and disappointment? Do you long for a different kind of experience? Here are six tips to help you be more present over the holidays.
What I heard in church and from the Christian culture was “die to yourself,” “consider others as more important than yourself,” “sacrifice yourself for the cause of Christ.” But when these good biblical principles were applied through the cultural grid of “success” – with no mention of biblical rest – it led to my burnout.
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