Even in the midst of the storm raging all around the world, God wants to know: will you trust Him in the storm? Will you be thankful regardless of the storm around you? Even when you don’t see Him? Even when you don’t feel His presence?
When difficulties come, so often our first response is to ask “why?” The answer to “why” rarely brings peace. Can we trust God in fearful, difficult circumstances? Even when we don’t know the answer to “why?”
These 20 Bible Verses that define your worth will remind you of who you are in Christ and what God says about you. Use these scriptures to fight back against negative thinking and settle the issue of your worth and identity. No matter what anyone else says, you are accepted by the only One whose opinion counts.
Abuse is a cruel reality in our world and in our nation. It is rampant. People sitting in our church pews are no less susceptible. To clarify, abuse is the act of injury, harm or damage to someone through manipulation, control, coercion, cruelty or violence. Human trafficking is a catastrophic form of abuse that is rampant here in our very own nation. How can you make a difference and help victims of human trafficking?
How can I know the difference between God’s voice, my voice and the enemy’s voice? Many Christ-followers have asked that same question at some point in their journey! The enemy would like you to believe you can’t hear God’s voice, but the truth is God is speaking all the time—we just have to learn to become more attuned to hearing His voice and discerning the difference between His voice and the enemy’s voice. Apply these basic principles to help you discern if the voice you are hearing is God’s or the enemy’s.
God is faithful. He uses our trials for our good and His glory. Gina Kelly shares how God used a life-threatening accident to draw her closer to Him and give her a testimony of His faithfulness for others to see. Her pain and scars speak of God’s faithfulness. Read more as Gina shares her story of trusting God during the absolute worst circumstances. God always has a plan.