It is my conviction that the God of the universe is neither surprised by nor ashamed of the sexual behavior we participate in.
Each week in the month of August we will be featuring an article on Navigating Hard Conversations. To see the full series, click HERE.
It doesn’t matter whether I’m on top of the world or scraping bottom at my worst . . . his love never changes. And I’ve discovered this amazing truth is what my heart has been searching for all along.
It’s one thing for brothers and sisters to argue and fight with each other, but if someone else attempts to do the same, their own squabbles are forgotten and they band together to stand against the “enemy.
Risk is, by nature, risky, but not all risks are foolish. Every now and then, you look back and realize they were the best decisions you ever made.
How do we do friendship well in the midst of intense parenting years? How do we hold one another up when we barely have the energy to fall into bed at the end of the day?
Each week in the month of May we will be featurin
Wedding season has begun and you may know a bride, be a bride, or see a bride. Help her (or yourself) to plan the day to go as seamlessly as possible with this day-of checklist for brides.
There is something very true in human relationships: More of the same never brings change.
by John Trent, author of The Language of Love
“We don’t talk anymore!”
“That’s ridiculous!” I (John) said.
Finding the perfect gift for the wedding couple can be stressful.
One of the great needs in the church today is to replace a model for simplistic sanctification with an understanding of the gospel that is both simple and penetrating, reaching with power into the realities of sinful, da