And it is often only then, that we turn to prayer. As a last-ditch effort. As a desperate cry. A call for help and strength. A solution to our problems.
From facing many trials in 2019, Linzi Aitken had an epiphany on why true compassion is uncomfortable.
It is not inappropriate for human beings to have moments of self-doubt, to squirm when we’re convicted of our sinfulness. In that state of embryonic helplessness God can birth us to new possibilities.
Promises to hold on to when experiencing the unexpected.
What are you afraid of? Some fears are minor irritants; others reduce lives to chaos.
"Hell no": Jarrod Stackelroth explains why a different narrative is needed.
Lockdowns, supply shortages and uncertainty may leave us feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed, but what does the Bible have to say in response to these things?
When a visitor walks into your church, what will they see? What will they hear? How will they feel?