by Alycia Morales Nothing brightens my day more than opening my mailbox to find a letter or card from a friend. It’s always nice to know someone has been thinking of me. There are soRead more
Here’s the thing about thoughts and emotions: they can be incredibly deceptive.
Consider the things you think about on a regular basis.
If we don’t take our thoughts captive to Jesus Christ, our minds can take us way off course.
by Maureen Hager Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away, behold, all things have become new. 2 Corinthians 5:17 Since I was a small child, FromRead more
by Alycia Morales It wasn’t a couple of years ago my oldest son, Ezra came home from middle school crying that he hated everyone and never wanted to return. Just a month ago, my middleRead more
Too often we want the squeaky clean success without first trudging through the dirt. Ironically enough, if we focus on that dirt—the here and now—it doesn’t feel so dirty anymore. We don’t feel so utterlyRead more
God’s Word is not primarily the story of great pillars of the faith deserving of God’s praise and our imitation. It is the story of God’s grace and redemption in the life of the proud, short-sighted, unfaithful, lying, adulterous screw-ups who can’t find their way to the only porch with a light on–even with a divine GPS to show the way.Read more
This month, I’ve had the privilege of reading Dating Like Airplanes: Why Just Fall in Love When You Can Fly? by Caleb Breakey. At first I questioned myself. Why would a married person want toRead more
by Amanda Goodroe I grew up hearing stories of persecution in China. Stories of underground churches and believers longing for just one page of the Bible filled my mind as my train pulled into Harbin,Read more
by Roger Bruner On July 8th, God’s Provision in Tough Times released from Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. Over the next few weeks, join us as we meet some of the 25 authors of thisRead more