During my years in seminary, money came in fairly infrequently. My wife, Lois, stayed home with our children, and I worked occasional jobs around my studies. Anyone who’s ever attended school while caring for a family will understand our circumstances. Eating and keeping the electricity running becomes the goal. Surviving becomes the goal. One way …
While making faith and art her own, Brittany Weistling realizes she is God’s masterpiece.
Deborah Smith Pegues offers helpful strategies for ending disputes and restoring relational unity in a discussion based on her book Confronting Without Offending: Positive and Practical Steps to Resolving Conflict.
Do you feel like a fish out of water? Your prolonged dissatisfaction, God-given gifts, passions and the voices of others could be telling you that you were created for another purpose.
Kendra was searching for affirmation … in all the wrong places
Have earthly fathers helped or hurt your view of God as your Father?
You may be in danger from an abusive relationship and not even know it.
Is there a difference between “sacred” and “secular” work?