In both of these, the Good King can be celebrated. In both the gift and the dirt cup, we can point to the goodness that comes from the Good King.
As I stood in the stall humming along to “Holy Spirit”, I heard the stall next to me quickly flush and the gentleman rapidly exit.
Without a doubt, we can make a case based on scripture that trials and troubles will come upon us in life. And grief is okay.
If there is an awkward feeling that everything is not well, perhaps it’s time to stop, reflect, assess the calling and move into a new one.
Sally Graham shares the remarkable way that God intervened in her life and how she has gone from drugs and prison cells to becoming a counsellor.
What do you do when God doesn’t provide healing? Listen to a woman who has endured chronic pain and breast cancer all during 50 years in a wheelchair.
It’s been said, “A dream uninterpreted is a letter unopened”. God may have spoken, but you haven’t noticed. Here’s 5 steps to understanding your dream.
Esther Fleece describes the freedom she’s found as she stopped faking happiness and started dealing with her broken past with honesty and healthy grieving.
Don’t run back to false places of safety, don’t be ruled by your fears or addictions. Instead, be lead into new places of life and freedom.
Do you need a Resilience Creed that expresses truths you can hold to in times of adversity and pain? This one reminds you of the love and power of God.