No one ever wants to face a crisis. However, how we respond to it can make all the difference. As believers, we have the power to overcome any situation by trusting in God. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at what to do when a crisis hits and how to find hope in God during difficult times.
Repeatedly throughout Scripture, God reminds us of our true identity: who we are and whose we are. It is crucial to hide the Word of God in your heart, so that when the lying whispers of the enemy attack, you can refute them with truth. For those days when you need an encouraging reminder, here are just a few of those Bible verses that declare the truth about your identity and help you remember who you are and what God has to say about you.
Kelly Balarie shares how taking every thought captive helps you unlock the power of the Mind of Christ so you can transform your mind, release your worries and burdens, and exchange the enemy’s lies for truth. She provides a guide to take every thought captive and apply it to everyday life.
Do you try to keep it in your comfort zone, or do you dare to take a leap of faith beyond? Do you trust that God would catch you if you took that leap? In this excerpt from Joanna Weaver’s latest book, Embracing Trust, she shares how her father urged her as a child to take a leap of faith as he waited with open arms. Our heavenly Father encourages the same.
In hard times, I like to remember how God cared for His people in the Bible. When I need encouragement and comfort, I often turn to the testimonies in the Bible to bolster my faith. Read more for my 6 favorite testimonies that I like to read when I need to stand in faith.
We’ve trained them up in the way they should go. But, as parents, we feel it when our children stumble and make a painful decision. What happens when they make choices you might not make or take a path that lacks wisdom? Read more for how to stand on the word, place our children in the Father’s care and trust God with them.