The Bible is an amazing book; we can’t study it enough. Keep studying, learning, and growing. We turn to the Bible to learn, and then we also turn to the Bible in difficult times for comfort and consolation. “When the world beats you down, open up your Bible,” said Lysa TerKeurst.
You’ve seen the posts and memes: “My child is the most important thing in the universe to me.” “There’s nothing more important than my children.” “My children are my life.” Those are all phrases spouted with the best intentions, the utmost love, and typically a naive sense of how a healthy home functions.
I’ve had a lot of people ask me to talk to their kids about joining the military. I love giving my input and answering any questions they may have, which is why I decided to write a letter to any kid (or anyone) who is planning to join the military.
21 days. Fruits, vegetables, and a few whole grains. It wasn’t easy, but I can’t say it was overly difficult. I just finished the fast, and I feel great. I’ve fasted before, but this was my first Daniel Fast. I journaled daily to capture the results. I chose the Daniel Fast for 5 reasons.
Excuses are funny, because we notice them more from others than from ourselves. Why is it important to talk about excuses? Because excuses may be hindering you more than you could ever know. We all have an excuses for something somewhere in our life.
We all want to be productive. Productive employees, spouses, parents… productive people. But how is productivity different for Christians? There is the worldly view of productivity and success – producing more to earn more money. Let’s start with the main way Christian productivity differs from worldly productivity