Let me guess . . . you know a Christian who cusses, or drinks too much, or didn’t save sex for marriage. Maybe they go to church on Sundays (or skip more than they attend) but are the first to lose patience in line at the grocery store.
Plus, why are Christians all so incredibly judgemental?! Didn’t Jesus say “judge not lest you be judged?” Aren’t Christians supposed to be tolerant and loving?
Why are all Christians such hypocrites!… Read More Why Are All Christians Hypocrites?
To be honest, I struggled big-time with contentment in my singleness before my husband and I tied the knot earlier this year. I longed for the days I would be married already. I just wanted that covenantal, exclusive, never-ending love with Silas that marriage promised me. I wasn’t going to be happy until I had it for myself.… Read More Contentment in Singleness: Love Has Already Found You
This culture of demanding people to share more of the depths of their hearts opens up a whole new door for shame and brokenness to fester . . . And I believe that’s probably the reason why it’s not quite the biblical thing to do.… Read More How to be Biblically Authentic: 4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Commenting “Me Too”
It turns out I don’t receive love very well when I make that my ultimate goal. When I’m centered around my needs, and not focused on making my husband feel loved, then I’m using all of my energy to express and build up expectations (that will fail me).… Read More What if We Were More Concerned with GIVING (than receiving) Love
Could the place where we have no other choice but to give our all – our thoughts, our praise, our burdens, our trust – to God be the very place he needs us to be in order to know him more?… Read More Wilderness of Waiting: Encouragement from Nehemiah 9:21
Only God knows the exact terrain of each heart we meet – but he prescribed the same seed for every kind of soil. We must be diligent in sowing these seeds, no matter if the soil appears to be rocky grounds or brand new potting soil.… Read More Sowing Scripture: an In-Depth Luke 8 Study