Do you know what are the Biblical ways to stop coveting? Do you find yourself often in a situation when you compare with somebody else and before you even notice, you start coveting?
Do you struggle with bitterness and resentment in your relationships? We are all hurt people. And we also hurt people. It is especially difficult when we are hurt or betrayed by the closest people: parents, marriage partners, closest friends.
How can we cultivate joy in life’s discouraging seasons? Discouraging seasons take all shapes and forms: stress on the home-front or job-front, relationship struggles, health scares, global pandemics, grief, and so much more. Learn how to cultivate joy with these powerful tips by my writer friend Stacey Pardoe.
Let me tell you a little story about staying in the game called life. “I will not play this game anymore!” It was unusual to hear this from the mouth of my eleven-years old nephew. He loved this online game and was playing it for months. Concerned, I asked what happened.
Are we keeping the faith in times of crisis? How can we build up our faith and be prepared when the crisis hits?
Seasons. Time to stay and time to move forward. Time to find courage to cross over into new territories, assignments, callings.
How can we learn to love the humble beginnings and not despise them? The small things. The tiny steps. The seeds.
Today I’m happy to introduce you to my writing friend and author of Transforming Your Thought Life: Christian Meditation in Focus – Sarah Geringer. She is a speaker, artist, and author of three self-published books.Continue reading “Meet the Author of Transforming Your Thought Life”
Remembering God is a practice widely spoken of in the Bible. What does it mean to remember God in daily life and why are we to remember Him continually?
What is the role of struggle and suffering in human life? How often do we pray that God saves us from a particular struggle and suffering only to find out that we go exactly through this what we want to avoid? The doctor tells you bad news about your chances to have a child. Your father’s health is deteriorating. You lost a loved one unexpectedly.