Prayers that God will Always Hear
The Danger of the Self-Care Gospel
Anxiety is not Mine

Where is God When My Life Doesn’t Go As I Planned?

By Kristyn Perez 
Former Lamp and Light Leader for The Daily Grace Co.  

Have you ever felt forgotten by God? Have you ever experienced betrayal? Do you feel like your life is not what you expected it to be? Too often as women we stuff our feelings and doubts deep within our souls, but in the quiet moments of the night the question nags at us: “Where is God when my life doesn’t go as I thought it would?” Recently, I’ve been meditating on the story of Joseph and wrestling through these questions. …

The Truth in Our Anxious Thoughts

By Joy Lopes 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

At its very roots, anxiety highlights our dependency on God. It is the experience of staring your own finitude in the face as a created human being. Most of the time, when we recognize our finiteness at any given moment of the day, we may not think in our minds, “Oh shoot, I forgot that I’m finite.” Maybe it sounds more like, “How am I going to get this all done?”, “I can’t do this,” “What if…?” In actuality, remembering that we are finite is almost always the reality at work in our hearts when we feel anxious.…

If God is Sovereign, Why Pray?

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

There are so many questions we can ask about prayer, and it shouldn’t surprise us because prayer is a profound and wonderful privilege and mystery! The Creator of the universe in His infinite wisdom and goodness is calling His created people, sinful and limited in every capacity, to continually come to Him in prayer for things we want and need. 

But as we consider God’s sovereignty, meaning that God is the supreme authority, knowing all, working in all, and allowing nothing to happen outside of His good and perfect will, we might question what good our prayers are.…

Storing Up Spiritual Wisdom

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

A few years ago I joined a friend on a trip to an antique junkyard. By junkyard, I mean a plot of land with heaps and piles of old things scattered all around for you to dig through.…

The Groom We Need

By Joy Lopes 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

How often do we think about the church as a bride in desperate need of a groom? This imagery is all throughout Scripture, just take a look at Hosea. So maybe you think about this every day, but I know I could use the reminder in my propensity to forget how needy I am.…

Seeking Justice through the Gospel

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

*Warning: explicit language 

The conclusion of a middle school day brings a sweet taste of freedom and an urgency to play in blithe adolescence before night comes. In a crowd of 6th graders, I exit the hallway doors into the bright midafternoon sun.

Break Us Over Our Sin

By Jana White  
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

When is the last time your sin was real to you? When was the last time you saw it as the Father does, and was broken over it? For many of us, we have grown to be content to sin less instead of being sinless.…

Envy: Everyone’s Dirty Little Secret

By Joanna Kimbrel  
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

You scroll through your Instagram feed and see a bright white kitchen, sparkling in the ethereal glow of natural light pouring through the huge window over the farmhouse sink. One child sits on the floor playing with wooden toy cars, while the other sits in her perfectly clean high chair happily munching on raw veggies.  …

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