When you signed up for ministry, no one told you that fundraising pushes you to the limits of your character.
Those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.
Life in Christ means freedom from sin and power over darkness.
If you believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God, you probably also believe it is important to be reading it regularly to inform your faith and relationship with Christ.
By Melanie Dobson, originally posted on melaniedobson.com
More than 65 million people are living as refugees around the world, forced to flee because of militants, drought, and war.
This 5-week devotional series comes from A Praying Life by bestselling author Paul E. Miller. Each week you’ll receive a passage from the book and a downloadable prayer card to use in your personal prayer time.
Those of us who have worn the “cloth of our country” and served in the military know it is a unique experience.
My first Bible was very fancy—white leather cover, gold-edged pages, with everything Jesus said appearing in red. Like every 12-year-old in our church, I went through confirmation and was rewarded with my own Bible.
Knowing what the world is like today, I feel certain that you or some of those you love are facing problems that are impossible to resolve or even to face in the strength of human resources.