Between school, work, friends, family, and more, how can we be making time for God in our busy lives? Here’s how to make spending time with God a priority.
Looking for devotionals for young professionals? Here are 15 with scriptures for reflection, prayer prompts, thoughtful questions, and relatable devotional topics for young adults navigating the adulting struggle.
I’m excited to welcome Anna Tan as a guest blogger to discuss her new novel Amok. What does it mean to stand firm in the faith? If faith is belief without evidence, how do I keep myself from doubting? These are all questions we ask alongside the main character as we learn to own our faith and stand firm in who God is.
When you hear the phrase “bloom where you are planted,” I hope you recognize that God has planted you where you are for a reason. As as your faith grows, you’ll be able to bloom where God plants you and bloom with grace.
Prayer changes things, and the following power of prayer stories from the Bible and the life of a young professional woman will show you how to unlock the power of prayer in your own life.
Fear can control us, divide us, and leave us anxious, stressed, and worried. When that happens, remember these 5 strategies for how to remove fear from mind and heart. They will help you overcome fear and live by faith.
While I’m sure a lot of people are wishing for the church doors to open again so that we can have corporate worship and in-person fellowship, I’m kind of hesitant to say that I’m ready or not ready to “do church again.” I’ve found that lately I’ve been the most captive audience: listening for God’s voice at home. Of course, I agree that we should follow the guidelines of state officials. But if the option were up to me, I’m not sure if I’d be running back into the church doors. And not because of the coronavirus. Are you ready to do church again?
The message that Dr. Tony Evans taught this past Sunday answered two questions for me about the coronavirus, or COVID-19: “Why is this happening” and “What do we do”? This blog post is how I’ve been convicted to respond. May we all rely on Faith: an anchor in distress during coronavirus, COVID-19.