Adolph Coors shares how growing up in the Coors Brewing family taught him that wealth could never protect him from misfortune. After his father was murdered, Adolph spent years searching for meaning in life, which he eventually found in a relationship with Jesus.
You see, Jesus is not interested in us just winning small skirmishes. No, the stakes are so much greater than this and the battle much more intense.
Even though you may feel the isolation from others during this time, listen to the voice of Jesus and practice Psalm 77:11. Remember how God has met you in the past issues of life. He will not fail to do this again for you.
Resilience isn’t merely surviving. And it’s not about denying the depth of pain and its ongoing impact. Instead, it’s about learning from and growing through adversity — about becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable.
As I am reflecting on this challenging time for all of us, Holy Week 2020 will be one we will remember. Oh, what liberation we have in Jesus. Just think about where Jesus is at this moment, as Paul described Him in Ephesians 1: 15-23. He is exalted with highest honor and supreme authority, above all, gloriously enthroned forever, leader and source needed in the church, all are beneath Him and we are His Body here on earth; wow!
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but there’s a virus going around. In fact, experts call it a pandemic. But I’m not talking about the
Dr. Tyler Sexton can’t do everything, but his positive attitude and his unwavering belief that God loves him have helped him overcome many of the limitations of his cerebral palsy.
The grand narrative of the Gospel helps us better understand the importance of Jesus’ Resurrection
Throughout the Bible, believers are called to pray. But what is prayer? What does it mean to “pray without ceasing?” And does prayer really make a difference?
Does the Creator of the universe care how you use your money?
Will you take the challenge to stop grumbling for a year? Tricia Goyer’s family did.