New Year’s day is often a time for reflection. Looking back at the year gone by, and looking forward to the new year ahead.
There’s a stigma in our society about seeking counsel from a licensed therapist. Perhaps you, or someone you love, has wondered if it’s okay as a follower of God to get help from a professional.
The journey of life isn’t a sprint. It’s a marathon! And the race of life requires endurance and perseverance to make it through, no matter what obstacles you face.
The life of faith is often compared to a foot race. It’s like running twenty-six miles in a marathon, racing full speed toward the finish line. Let's take an in-depth look at the history of the Olympic Games.
It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of life, the deadlines and schedules. And too often we forget to stop and focus our attention on God.
Each of us have sins that hinder us from running the race of life. Perhaps it’s a negative attitude, or a habit you just can’t seem to break. Let's take the challenge to seriously look at our own lives.
Every one of us has quirks, unique personality traits that define us. And sometimes, those issues get in the way of a productive and healthy life.
Is there something that’s taken first place in your life? Something other than believing God and the truth of His Word?
The life of faith is often compared to a long distance race. It’s a marathon, of sorts, marked by endurance.
Most of us know what it’s like to feel trapped in the mundane, to see the Christian life as routine.