The problem isn’t the inevitable moments of discomfort; it’s that I am not prepared for them. I have to stop believing that trials are the exception to the rule, when really they’re just part of life.
by Josh D. McDowell and Sean McDowell, excerpt of More Than a Carpenter.
Many people want to regard Jesus not as God but as a good, moral man or as an exceptionally wise prophet who spoke many profound truths.
As your child enters the teen years, think of your family as a team. Every team has well-defined objectives or goals, and all the players need to understand the goals and rules.
We’ll know that the Artist fashioned us just as he desired and that we’ll never lose the health and beauty he’s graciously given us.
by Randy Alcorn, excerpted from Heaven.
Educated by Tara Westover
One of my favorite genres is memoir. I had heard about Educated last year when it was named one of the Ten Best Books of 2018 by the New York Times.
Prosperity is completeness, a wholeness we feel because of only one thing—our relationship with Jesus Christ, which meets all our needs, all the time in every way.
Hurray for spring! To commemorate springtime and new beginnings, here is some Bible verse art for you to download (free) and use however you like!
Click on an image below to open the file, then right click and select
Does this spark joy? – Marie Kondo, THE LIFE-CHANGING MAGIC OF TIDYING UP
Adapted from Having a Martha Home the Mary Way by Sarah Mae
Lately I have been obsessed with purging. I love getting rid of things.
Finding new ways to celebrate loved ones can feel like a big task, but it doesn’t need to be! Step out of your routine and switch things up.
Plan a day to do things that they enjoy doing.