What about when I am a good person, do all the right things, serve God with all my heart...and things don't turn out the way they are supposed to turn out? Ben Arnold shares what he learned about bad things happening to good people from a game of chutes and ladders.
How does a person end up with a distorted image of God? Heather Celoria offers wisdom regarding how one might end up with distorted images of God and the difference between leading and controlling.
What does it mean for perfect love to cast out all fear? Can we even imagine a future with no fear? Duke Walker muses about loneliness and fear—and how we are never really alone.
October is infant and pregnancy loss awareness month. Our prayers are with all those who are grieving the loss of a child at any stage. Rachel Paddock shares an intimate look into the life and loss of her unborn child, Micah.
Are you worn out and weary in ministry or caregiving? Have you been taking care of yourself? James Hampton shares wisdom on the importance of caring for the caregiver.
We often pretend that we know what is going on in the life of the church, but somewhere deep inside, we are wondering what in the world Lent is anyway! Patricia Taylor explains what this season of the church is, and why our souls desperately need what Lent has to offer.
Do you remember that mean kid who bullied you in school? Sometimes it seems like we have those people in our lives as adults. Heather Butler shares four thoughts to help you handle the mean kid on the playground of life.
Is the saying, "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" really true? Patricia Taylor tells us about a stubborn, crazy little plant that refused to give in to winter's cold and what it taught her about God's hand of provision when all hope seems lost.
Sometimes, when people are lost or stuck, an alternative form of therapy can be the key to unlocking healing. Charlotte Easley shares how equine therapy has helped her care for the souls of some of the most broken people she has worked with.
Self-harm and suicidal tendencies are destructive forces that touch many lives. But, for the average person, it can be hard to understand, especially for the loved ones of those affected by such difficult problems. Patricia Taylor gives a rare inside look into the thoughts of someone who has struggled with self-harm and suicidal thoughts.