The light can show how messy our lives are, but it also helps us see a path to something better
Whether or not another person will stand with us, faith and hope remind us to stand strong through trials
Encouragement is an interesting thing. No matter what our day brings, we should probably be either giving or receiving it.
Knowing "why" and knowing what to do are separate things, but when we have both, we should act upon that knowledge
It may take work to keep up, but it's worth it.
When we try to avoid avoid unrighteous anger, what should we replace it with?
Maybe whether or not we are blessed isn't measured the way that we thought it was.
Can we learn something from a crook in The Great Gatsby?
Is it possible for simple acts of service to others to be "no problem"?
Do you need to be reminded to live out your mission? Do others around you?
Some examples of good mentoring, based on the example of the apostle Paul.
Is God limited only to the clean, happy parts of our lives?
Do you ever feel like you're not getting any credit for the hard work you put in for the Kingdom of God?
In the book of Hebrews, we are not only directed to make good choices, but also to help others to do good.
In our busy lives, there is a secret (albeit not a well-hidden one) to finding the strength that we need to get through another week.
What if we could just say one encouraging thing to one person today?