There are three women’s names who traveled for Brazil, prepared to compete yet were never mentioned by commentators. These women didn’t get to compete for gold, but they learned how to struggle well.
How to grow as a Christian when the Bible feels like a closed book.
Elliott juxtaposes the stories of Peter and Judas, as well as shares some of his personal story, to demonstrate the different ways we can respond to spiritual failure.
Naomi describes the new “implicit” racism that our country faces today. She recounts her personal experiences with racism, speaks to its heart issue, and gives next steps for readers at different stages in their journeys with this issue.
The book of Job illustrates how God relates to us when we suffer.
When anxiousness or discouragement creeps in, I try to remind myself that rescue is just around the corner.
We can glorify God with the ambition He’s given us.
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.
Who knew a presentation at my church would one day lead me to the streets of Cambodia? The atrocities of human slavery are real but as we partner together, we can help end it in the name of Christ.
Who do you find hard to love? Marie was surprised by her answer: taxi drivers. Living in South Africa, her prejudice seemed ordinary, but God transformed her heart and allowed her to love taxi drivers by faith. What could this look like in your life?
If we Christians don’t take reconciliation seriously, we are creating an added barrier between people and Jesus. How can we practically be a part of the solution, not the problem?
If you are suffering from something specific today, here are some articles that may help you.
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