Hope for the Hurting
Are you searching for peace in the midst of holiday chaos? Sometimes, God takes us through a process when we’re dealing with difficult circumstances. When you feel like you’re stranded, these three tips from Edie Melson will help you once again fly strong.
The new Fresh Start Bible by Gateway Publishing Bible is a great way to engage or re-engage with God’s Word. Gateway’s clear intent is to offer a biblically based reading program with direct answers to specific questions, and guidelines to applying the truths of scripture in a way that changes a reader’s life and understanding of himself or herself, the God who created them, and the world around them.
Don’t we all desire a more peaceful Christmas? Our peace begins to dwindle from November 1st until the decorations come down sometime in January. Then, continues as the credit card bills start coming in. At the same time our peace evaporates, stress and anxiety rise. What a shame when the reason for the holiday is the celebration of the Prince of Peace.
What if I told you that you really can let go of some of the anxiety and overwhelm of the holiday season with some simple ways to create a more peaceful Christmas? Just making these simple changes helped me celebrate from a peaceful place. You can too!
Whether experiencing relationship difficulties, financial hardship, legal problems, job loss, health problems, or financial stress, trusting God in hard times is the best option we have for victorious living. Read more for 7 lessons we’ve learned in hard times and how we have held on to hope.
Nobody likes to think about spiritual abuse occurring especially within the church, but it does. Athena Dean Holtz shares her story of being duped by a con man. She had spent 12 years following a lie she believed was true. She lost everything that mattered to her through major deception and spiritual abuse. What the Lord showed her rocked her world and set her healing path on an expedited timetable.
I’m thankful for the significant things like family, friends, and health. But, I’m also thankful for tangible things. This list of things I am thankful for makes my life easier or better. Tangible things I use regularly and are in some way unique.
We all have areas of brokenness in our lives. Read more as Suzie Eller shares about healing your heart and what that looks like. She also shares one thing you may be doing that you don’t have to do anymore.
These top 24 recommended gifts are sure to please. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for that someone special on your shopping list, I have the perfect list for you.
In today’s post, Wendy Blight shares three steps to overcoming fear using truths from the Bible. This process is powerful for freedom from the prison of fear. With God’s word, you can overcome!
You may know me as an author, but I also love to read! Each year, I read between 50 and 100 books. My friends often ask me to share about my favorites so I’ve put together this list. So if you’re looking for books to put on your Christmas wish list, or books to buy for your reader loved one, you’ll definitely want to check these out.