When we mess up, it would be great to have a hole to jump into. But sometimes there’s no hole; there’s a spotlight. Max Lucado shares how it can be tough to move beyond our mistakes and find acceptance.
So often in life we experience joy and expectation for something new, but too often that joy can be dashed by tragedy. Author John Eldredge shares about his latest release called “All Things New.”
One of the greatest challenges you and I face, is to see those around us, like Jesus does. Mandy Young was born with a rare genetic disorder, but has overcome her disability. She shares a recent event that reminded her that struggles are more than something we just have to get through.
It’s always reassuring to see that God listens to you when you pray. Mark Koch is a film producer and promoter. He’s also spent time managing his son’s NASCAR career. And that will put you on your knees!
It’s been said that we don’t have to be defined by our worst mistake. That’s something Earnest Byner believes. In January of 1988 the Cleveland Browns were about to score a touchdown and head to the Super Bowl. They handed the ball to Earnest, and what happened next has become known simply as, “the fumble.”
There’s a lot of joy in this life, but there’s also a lot of pain. That can make us question our faith in God and wonder if He really hears us. Katie Davis Majors assures us that God never moves, and loves us exactly where we are.
How we treat and relate to those of a different race than us, is still a very real subject in our society, and in the church. Jo Saxton is a Nigerian who lives in London, and knows that we need to deal with this important issue.
Would you consider yourself to be a “balanced” person? You know, someone who has all aspects of life, work, home, family, relationships all weighing equally. Erwin McManus has a different thought about whether he is “balanced.”
Sometimes our kids see things much more simply than we do, and often, that can be a needed reminder of what is truly important in the world. Brian Shiele shares the story of a Mom who experienced that in a season of turmoil.
It’s this nutty thing that we all deal with: 20 people can say something nice to you and you’re just going to remember the one bad thing. Chelsea Crockett is an author and well-known Youtube personality, who’s learned a thing or two about encouraging others.