When we serve the Lord, our motives are sometimes pure, and sometimes not so much. This post will help you make sense of your mixed motives in order to continue to faithfully serve the Lord.
In today's cancel culture, Christians are tempted to rush to judgment before we get all of the facts. This post explains why this is so harmful, and how we can avoid doing so.
As followers of Jesus Christ, we should strive to grow in our faith every day. These 7 apps will help you intentionally train yourself in godliness.
Personal conflict is a normal experience in a fallen world. This post identifies the 4 stages of conflict and how to prevent it before it starts.
One of my favorite Christmas movies provides an important Thanksgiving lesson.
If you have a difficult time putting down your phone, this post may help!
If you're struggling with deep sadness or depression, let me encourage you to go to God’s Word. There you will find hope in these dark days. As David writes in Psalm 19:7, “The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul.” If you need help to know where to start, here are five Bible verses to read when you’re depressed.
Scripture teaches that Christians should pray constantly. But there is at least one situation when it's ok not to pray.
If you find that your Bible has been collecting dust, you’re definitely not alone. But, the good news is that there’s no better time than right now to shake the dust off! As you do so, here are 7 tips to help you cultivate a sustainable daily Bible reading habit.
Technical difficulties can be a surprising source of sanctification, offering 3 important reminders.