Loneliness is so rampant because we have a pathological avoidance of conflict. The first step in dealing with conflict is not to avoid it, but instead to lean in and confess our imperfections.
If you are alone, you can’t fully experience everything God has for you. We are saved by Christ alone; we are not saved to be alone. Our faith becomes stronger when we are with other people.
How do we serve in difficult circumstances? By following the faithful servant.
Most people operate from a scarcity mindset, where it always feels like it’s never enough. However, what if we shift our hearts to operate under the abundance mindset where there is always enough?
We want to share the life God has for us, but we must be willing to reject our own comfort. It’s not easy, and it sure isn’t comfortable. How do we become bolder about sharing Jesus?
We live in a lost and wounded world, but what does that mean for us? As Christians, we should be known for our love. It’s time to shift our faith from an inward faith to an outward faith.
Do you believe the end is near? We are told to be prepared and to be patient. But in that patience, we also need to be urgent! Because the end is coming.
When Jesus comes again, what kind of body will rise up? God created all of heaven and earth, and He saw that it was good. That includes us! Even after sin and death entered the world, God made plans to transform us so we could reconcile with Him.
Who sits on the throne of your life? We often allow our desires and pleasures to take complete devotion to our lives, but the truth is that Christ reigns above all things in our life.
Jesus’ resurrection has massive implications for humanity. We have hope for today, tomorrow, and forever through his resurrection. All who have died in Christ will rise in Christ at his return.