So many people carry around negative thoughts like these because of the harsh messages and lies they have been repeatedly told by others. At the heart of many of our mental and emotional challenges, relationship troubles, and unhealthy behaviors are issues related to our identity and sense of worth.
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What happens after we die? It’s one of the most important questions we can ask – and one with eternal significance. As June Hunt has often said, eternity is too long to be wrong. Thankfully, God’s Word doesn’t leave us in the dark. Read our latest article, The Hope of Heaven, and discover what the Bible says about death, heaven, and the hope we have in Christ.
As the Creator of all life, God is not silent on the issue of abortion. If you are seeking to gain God’s perspective on abortion, the most beneficial thing you can do is to read the Bible. When we read His Word, we see the heart of the Giver of life and what He thinks of those He created.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King Jr. writes these famous words in a jail cell in Birmingham, Alabama, on April 16, 1963, roughly five years before he is assassinated. These words echo as true today as they did in his day.
Our thoughts and core beliefs about ourselves, about others, and about God can either help or hinder our efforts to change. That’s why it is so important to see yourself as God sees you. Read our latest article, Seeing Yourself Through God’s Eyes, and learn how to replace negative thoughts with God’s truth.
Merry Christmas! We created this as a devotional guide for reflection and prayer as you celebrate the coming of the Lord Jesus. We pray these 10 biblical truths will encourage your heart and give you peace as you worship the Savior this Christmas season. And feel free to share with others!
Like grief, faith can be messy – not always neat and tidy. Faith is not always a mountaintop experience. Sometimes it leads to walking through the valley of the shadow of death. Sometimes it brings your broken cries and questions before the Lord.
The holiday season is supposed to be a time for relaxing and celebrating with friends and family. However, that’s not always the case. Rates of depression, drinking and drugging episodes, family and relational conflicts, loneliness and isolation … all increase during the last few months of the year. Holiday stress is real, but the good news is that it can be managed effectively if we know what to anticipate.
In 1863, then President Abraham Lincoln gave a Thanksgiving Proclamation to the American People, asking the "Most High God" for mercy and to bless the nation with "gracious gifts... while dealing with us in anger for our sins..."
We invite you to check out our Thanksgiving devotional that we created as a guide for prayer, conversation, and reflection. This step-by-step devotional walks through 12 areas of life to be thankful for – including a Bible verse for each area, a question for reflection and conversation, and examples to help you think through God’s blessings in your life.
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