We were made for worship. Our purpose is to glorify God. We are to see His glory, savor it, and reflect it.
Those who encountered Jesus were struck with awe and wonder. But this response was not reserved solely for those in the Bible.
Biblical friendship should look vastly different from the friendship of our culture. Explore 7 traits that mark a friendship among believers.
Christian women of all ages are racked by the stinging pangs of loneliness. Regardless of age or season, they stand on the outskirts longing to belong.
Do you have your One Word for One Year? This spiritual practice of selecting a single word on which to concentrate every day for an entire year helps us better know God, our Father. The practice can also help lead us closer to Jesus Christ.
Self-reflection is the spiritual practice of paying attention, and it is very important to the health of our soul.
Having children repeat after us is a wonderful way to introduce them to prayer. But there is so much more to prayer than repetition., and as they grow we must be intentional to teach them about prayer. And this requires more than methods and frameworks.
When it comes to prayer, children are often overlooked. But make no mistake, they can learn to pray. Use the ideas in this list to help your child grow in prayer.
Gratitude is not our default. We are an entitled, ungrateful people.
To see good, recognize it as a gift, and offer thanksgiving to the One from Whom it came takes training.
Climb out of the vague, repetitious prayer rut. Breathe fresh life into your prayers with this list of creative ideas.