According to God’s Word we all sin and we all make mistakes. We’ve all made wrong choices, but as believers in God, that doesn’t change our destiny. God doesn’t kick us out of His kingdom because we’re not perfect. You may feel like you don’t deserve anything good from God, or you should suffer through […]
Scripture tells us that seeking wisdom and discretion brings life and is “an ornament of grace.” No matter what decisions you may be facing today, God wants to equip you and empower you to make the right choices. How do we seek wisdom and discretion? By making the Word of God a priority. The answer […]
You can improve your relationship today, right now, by putting into practice some of these tips for improving the communication in your relationship.
Christians come in all shapes and sizes. They pursue practically the same diversity of occupations and interests as everyone else. They have political and economic opinions. Most of them spend their working lives balancing budgets, living in suburbia, paying off mortgages, raising kids (or electing not to have them) and generally coping from the cradle to the grave. So how unique are Christians compared to the rest of the world?
How to cope with a friend’s mental illness is not an easy task but there is no shame in talking about it. Healing starts with acknowledging the situation, then we can move forward!
Do we blame the weak mother who stayed with the alcoholic father and allowed it to happen?
We live in an age of finger-pointing. However, you can’t point your finger at someone without pointing at yourself. Try it right now. Extend your index finger and thumb in a pointing position away from you, and then notice in which direction the other three fingers are pointing. They point directly back at you.
If the planet is one day – may be quite soon – going to be completely burned to frazzle by God’s righteous judgment, why should we Christians put effort into caring for it now?