Christian Living

Speaking Words of Life

by Alexa Hess

If I was to ask you what your favorite quote is, what would you say? Whether words from a favorite book, beloved speaker, or treasured loved one, we all have heard words that resonated with us deeply. On the flip side, most of us have heard words that we wish we could forget.…

Our Prayers Reveal Our Theology

by Aubrey Coleman

Our prayer life says a lot about our theology. How we pray reveals our true thoughts and beliefs about God. A.W. Tozer wrote, “What comes into our mind when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” Prayer is an overflow from what we believe in our hearts to be true about God.…

How to Practice Solitude

by Jennie Heideman

Are you experiencing a day, week, or season where you feel like you can barely hear yourself think? Perhaps you have a busy season at work where the demands are relentless. Or, you have little kids at home, and the days blur into nights as you feel like you will never have a moment to yourself again.…

How to Share the Gospel with Jehovah’s Witnesses

By: Kyra Riley Daniels

Jehovah’s Witnesses are known for their door-to-door evangelism, pamphlets, and kind demeanor. You might have encountered them on your front porch on a Saturday morning or seen them with their literature carts on street corners. When you encounter Jehovah’s Witnesses, it is important to be equipped to share the gospel with them.…

Praising the Pace

by Alexa Hess

Recently, my husband and I were listening to a Tim Keller sermon. During it, Tim said something that hit me hard: “Honor the pace of God in your life.” For those who are reading this, you most likely fall into either one of these two camps.…

Working with Weakness

by Alexa Hess

Weaknesses. We all have them. Our body aches. We make mistakes. We fail. It is easy for us to ridicule ourselves for our weaknesses. We would much rather be strong people who have it all together all the time.…

Breakfast with Jesus

by Jennie Heideman

Are you a morning person or a night owl? For years and years, I was a hard-core night owl. I could easily stay up until 2:00 or 3:00 am. Then, I started having kids. And, somehow, my babies did not inherit my night-owl tendencies.…

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