Reading Time: 3 minutes What is hell, and what makes hell hell? For at least three reasons, this sad and ominous reality should produce both grief and motivation.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why are there so many workaholics in the church? Why are so many Christians successful in their career at the expense of their spouse and children? Why do we struggle to find time for ministry, prayer, and Scripture reading but spend way too much time in the office or our work inbox?
Reading Time: 4 minutes This conversation about money is not just in the ministry of Jesus but also a recurring theme throughout all of Scripture. There are three significant elements that we need to be aware of if we want to have a heart that handles the temptations of money and a life that glorifies God with our finances.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s deep in the heart of every human being. It wanders around in your soul, waiting to be satisfied. The way you pursue it will set the trajectory of your life story. It is everyone’s quest but, in this world, no one’s destination. I’m talking about your desire to be happy. Should you pursue happiness?
Reading Time: 3 minutes When you’re experiencing a crisis in your life, it’s natural to dwell on that crisis more than anything else. Whether it’s a small personal dilemma or a global pandemic like we’re currently living through, the spontaneous response of our hearts is to meditate on the anxiety. Here’s how to survive social distancing.
Reading Time: 3 minutes So go ahead and pick your next Bible reading plan, but you’re going to need the motivation to open that reading plan when you don’t feel like it. Here are the five reasons to open your Bible.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you want to experience better relationships? Who doesn’t! The best place to start, as with all things, is with Scripture. But be ready—what you find might be different than what you were initially seeking.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Sadly, many people who call themselves Christians live functionally compartmentalized lives. Whether they realize it or not, they have divided their lives neatly into two drawers: real-life and spiritual life.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why do we keep acquiring more possessions when we clearly already have enough? The answer is simple. It’s found throughout the Word of God, particularly in the book of Ecclesiastes, and we verify its truth every day with our desires, words, actions, and purchases: we are searching for life.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Have you noticed that the entire message of this season has become about acquiring created stuff? So, here are some practical tips to help you and your family re-focus your attention on the real reason we should celebrate Christmas: the incarnation of Jesus Christ.