Here's where God steps in when life is unjust and doesn't make sense.
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What's God's will for you? Here's some insight that the Holy Spirit gave to a woman who struggled with this question.
Bill Johnson has released a new book, Experience the Impossible. Here's an excerpt from Johnson's book about how you can navigate the storms of your life.
If your children only respond to you when you yell at them, read this.
Showing a lot of skin has become the norm for women. Read this next time as you go through your closet.
T.D. Jakes daughter, Sarah, takes the beautiful story of Ruth and shows how God positioned her for her calling. And reminds you of how God is placing you for your destiny when you feel like you're nowhere near where you're suppose to be.
Life may look horrendous right now but that's normal. Here's a reminder of God's power to transform.
Karen Mason is the author of Preventing Suicide: a Handbook for Pastors, Chaplains and Pastoral Counselors. Here is her insight on where the church is failing with ministering to members struggling with suicidal tendencies.
A mysterious woman leaves a book for a pastor's wife that reveals a God-sized task. Here's how God moves when He asks you to do something out of the box.
Here are 7 things that attract God's presence to your family and make your family distinctive to the culture.
Anne Graham Lotz issued a nationwide call for prayer for Jerusalem on Monday. Here's what a woman in prayer reported was seen over the nation's capital.
Here's where the adventure starts, when you give up your own dreams and desires.
Jesus chose 12 men to be with him. What about the women?
You can love her or hate her, but the woman described in Proverbs 31 has been touted as the model for the godly woman. Here's how you should apply that chapter if you feel hopeless about being this type of woman.
If you want to help your church grow, do these 10 things.
Here's how to release faith in your circumstances.
Do you believe that earning a higher income is evidence of God's blessing? Here's why that view may not be biblical.