Treasure Hunting

By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

There’s no shortage of verses that our surrounding culture likes to latch onto and adopt. Walk through a craft store of any type and you’re liable to find plenty verses on plaques to hang in your home.…

Bible Study Tools: It is Well

By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

A lot of us spend our days with minds that jump from one worry to the next. Bills, family, jobs, school, friendships, decisions, life changes, illnesses, broken dreams, and unfulfilled longings—this is just a smidge of what causes anxiety in our hearts. In an age where most information is googleable, value is determined by likes or shares, and societal pressures imprison us through the media, anxiety is difficult to avoid and escape. 
 

Yet, it doesn’t have to be this way.…

Free From Fear

By Shon Williams
Guest Contributor

I had an irrational fear of peanut butter. I am not allergic and I have never experienced any adverse side effects from eating it, but I was afraid of it. Truthfully, it was really the calories in the peanut butter I feared.…

Being Interrupted by God

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

Sickness has found its way into my household. My young kids who struggle to share their toys seem glad to share their germs—cycling colds, eye infections and tummy aches throughout our family for weeks on end.…

Legacy Worth Lasting

By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Last winter, out of a surplus of boredom and curiosity, I decided that I wanted to begin beekeeping. I spent hours researching hive types and local ordinances. I pored over what breed of bees I would purchase, how many, and from where.

Encouragement on the Hardest Days

By Micah Maddox 
Originally published in Be Still Magazine, issue 10. 

You know that feeling when your heart literally hurts inside your chest? 

Life happens, and sometimes, it hurts. So you take deep breaths to try to release it, but no form of meditation or deep breathing exercise seems to release the grip that anxiety holds behind the breastbone.