When things seem hopeless, we get to choose how we will respond. How do we maintain our hope and faith when situations look hopeless? We can employ the same strategies Abraham used. God richly rewarded him for his obedience and he is now known as the father of faith.
Romans 12:2 and Ephesians 4:23 reminds us that we are to renew our thoughts daily. That means we need to be in control of what we’re thinking, because if we aren’t, the same toxic thoughts will be controlling our life. Kris Reece shares her 4 step process that shows you how to renew your mind and put an end to toxic thinking.
Sometimes, situations do not turn out the way we hoped or prayed. Will we trust God despite our feelings? Will we trust Him through our tears? Even when we cannot see His hand at work? We all face this choice at some point in our lives.
When you are old enough to understand the truths in God’s word, you may realize some unhealthy seeds were planted in your heart. How do you root out the unhealthy and replace with the healthy? Tanya Glanzman shares how to use truths from God’s word to guard your heart and become the boss of your thoughts.
When we’re facing major life stressors, it’s more important than ever to trust God. The first step to trusting God with more intentionality is to identify what we need, then be honest with God about it. Through this exercise, I found peace in the seven names of God.
Financial concerns rate among the top stressors for adults of all ages worldwide. Shonda Whitworth shares how she and her husband learned sound financial principles and implemented strategies in their lives that restored their financial peace after a position of debt forced them into personal bankruptcy.