What if we put as much thought and preparation into our everyday conversations as we do for special occasions?
Month: August 2021
Wide Open Spaces
Do you feel stuck, like your options are limited and you can't get free? You're not alone, but there is freedom to be found.
More Than a Little Bug
If your problem is too big for you to handle on your own, there's someone else who can squash it for you.
Don’t Look Down When You Need to be Rescued
When we can't find a way out, maybe we're looking in the wrong direction.
Just Admit It!
If we've kept secrets about our bad choices hidden, is it too late to get them out and start healing?
Leading vs. Dragging
Out of love for others, are there ways to lead them to the right conclusion about the harm that their choices are doing, rather than just a lecture?
When “You’re the Man” Isn’t a Good Thing
What allows us to be associated with good examples in teaching illustrations, rather than the villain?
The Setup of a Good Story
Sometimes, a good illustration makes a key point in the hearers' mind, without needing to spell out the conclusion.
Who Are We Trying to Impress?
Do those who we are trying to impress love us, or even care about us? There is someone who does both!
Do you still hear or feel condemnation after accepting the salvation of Jesus Christ? You're not alone, and there is hope.
Modifying vs. Replacing
Have we been trying to keep something running for so long that we forget to consider that maybe we just need a new one?
Stopping vs. Pausing
If we can't stop our busy lifestyle, could we at least pause for a few minutes to do something better?
Why It’s OK to Take a Break for God
We may want to have quiet time with God, but what gives us the right to actually slow down long enough to do so?
Reminders – for us and for God
Do you ever remind God about His promises to you?