Reading Time: 3 minutes Here are 10 powerful blog posts of 2020.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Here’s an examination of the ‘cancel culture’s lack of forgiveness and why we Christians need to embody the character of Christ now more than ever.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Prominent Christian leaders and influencers are falling away from their faith. But why? Here are two shocking reasons Christians are fleeing biblical truths and leaving their faith behind.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The impacts of the coronavirus have effected us all. Our daily routines interrupted. But in the midst of all the chaos, there’s an underlying blessing we are not seeing.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The year 2019 is coming to a close, and Joshua’s Outpost is entering its second year as a ministry. Here are the top 5 blog posts for 2019.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Envy is an ugly and destructive attitude to have. We’ve all been duped into falling into this hole of comparing our blessings with what our neighbors have at one time or another. But how do we get ‘unstuck’? Here are 3 powerful encouragements that can help.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Upside Down from Stranger Things is fictional. However, it’s a good illustration of our ongoing spiritual battle we Christians face every day. So how can we face our monsters?
Reading Time: 4 minutes We start to idolize our spouse when we stop viewing them as a gift from God, but rather our own little ‘god’ who makes us feel personally secure. We must flee and keep ourselves from idols (1 John 5:21). Here are some questions to consider whether or not we are idolizing our spouse over God.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The average person speaks at least 7,000 words a day. Those 7,000 words we speak every day impacts those around us. Our words dictate how others perceive us; whether in a positive or negative way. More importantly, the words we speak can either build others up or tear them down. How we choose to use our words either produces fruit or poison. Here are some poisonous tongues to avoid and be aware of.
Reading Time: 4 minutes There are times we can be so blinded by our wants that we fail to see what we truly need. But occasionally, we confuse wants with needs. And other times, we refuse to accept what we need is for our own good because it goes against what we really want. What does the Bible say about what are our spiritual needs?