It’s easy to get caught up in the difficult circumstances of life, and miss seeing the good that comes out of hardship.
When times are tough and the light at the end of the tunnel is dim, people tend to make deals with God. Bargaining, if God gets them through it then they will . . . fill in the blank.
Perhaps you’re going through a tough time right now. You won't want to miss this hopeful conversation.
While most of us won’t be threatened to denounce our faith or die, do you wrestle with the truth that sometimes living out your faith carries a high price?
Not understanding the cultural context of the Bible can lead us to misinterpreting the Scriptures.
The four-hundred years between the Old and New Testaments were fraught with persecution and anguish for the followers of God.
When life is going well, we tend to forget God’s been with us every step of the way. And unfortunately, it often takes a major loss to get our attention.
That summertime hammock may look sturdy and well constructed. But it’s not until we commit to laying down that we find out if it can hold us up! Another helpful study in James, chapter 1.