Suffering

Gently He Leads

by Shelby Turner

I’m a young mom with a house full of little ones. There are smudgy fingerprints on my walls and windows, tiny socks littering the hallways, and stacks of sticky dishes in the sink. My sleep is interrupted and cut short almost every night.…

Are You Angry at God?

by Kyra Riley Daniels

I searched my sermon playlist for a message to listen to during a Saturday morning walk. I selected a teaching from Elisabeth Elliot, a Christian missionary, author, and speaker, expecting to hear words of encouragement to compliment the beautiful and sunny day.…

Two Promises in Our Pain

by Alexa Hess

The other day I was watching one of my favorite TV shows, chuckling at the events that were happening between two characters. One of the characters was in tears because they were going through a breakup. The other character saw their friend’s grief and was extremely uncomfortable.…

Anchored: Hope for Those Experiencing Family Conflict

by Shelby Turner

Disclaimer: Please note that this blog is specifically talking about non-threatening conflict. If you or someone you know is experiencing conflict that results in physical or emotional harm you should seek help immediately. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is available 24/7 by phone at 1(800)799-SAFE or by texting START to 88788. 

Gospel Hope for Sadness

by Kristyn Perez 

We’ve all experienced sad days before. Days when the world feels blue and hope feels far off. Days when heaviness and despair feel so close that they seem to have melded as a part of you. Days when tears feel like your closest friends.  …

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