Have you ever felt beaten down? Has it ever seemed like everything was just against you? Me too. I’ve had those days where it just seemed that it was the world against me. What do you do in those situations? You may feel down, but you’re not out.
Prayer is the greatest and most essential weapon we have to fight the spiritual battle for and with our prodigal child. Laine Lawson Craft shares four ways to initiate prayer together so we can join forces in the Spirit and pray for our prodigal children to return home.
Just as we lock our doors and declare “No Admittance” to intruders, be vigilant about discerning where your thoughts come from. Take thoughts captive! Bar the door of minds and hearts against thoughts inconsistent with God’s truth.
Have you ever been in a hard place where grief and despair wash over you in waves? Maybe you’ve experienced relationship heartaches, received a devastating medical diagnosis or suffered a disaster in your finances. Whatever that hard place is for you, know that you are not alone. Grace Fox found renewed hope in the midst of grief and despair. She shares how you can as well with three eternal truths that helped restore her hope during a season of life’s hard places.
One of the most helpless feelings is to watch someone we love go through a crisis. We pray for them (and/or worry about them) constantly but have no idea how to really come alongside them. Sometimes we say and do the wrong thing. Or we are so afraid to say or do the wrong thing that we just don’t say or do anything.
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things a person can go through. If you’ve recently lost someone close to you, you may be feeling a range of intense emotions. You may also be wondering how you’re going to rebuild your life. While there is no one “right” way to do this, there are some things you can do to begin the process. With time, patience, and support, you can start to rebuild your life after losing a loved one. With time, patience, and support, you can start to rebuild your life after losing a loved one.