Here's how one mother found purpose from the pain of losing both sons.
It's developed through trial and error.
In the 19th century, Danish theologian Soren Kierkegaard wrote, "Christendom has done away with Christianity without quite being aware of it."
In our most profound moments of insecurity, God speaks identity to our hearts.
"Life has taught me hard lessons. What do You care?" this author cried out to God.
The healing journey requires courage.
As end-times birth pangs continue to shake everything around us, take comfort in Jesus, the rock that never changes.
The price you are prepared to pay determines the level of power you'll display.
As Christians, we have to redefine what happiness is.
This one trait hinders your movement and progression in Christ.
Like John, you may be going through dark days, but Jesus hasn't abandoned you. He loves you and wants to reveal Himself more intimately.
Just as when He asked Peter, He is asking you because He desires to reveal Himself to you and flood you with greater revelation.
Believers are quick to reach for the tactical boots, but is God asking you to lace up the shoes of peace instead?
Putting your hope in God isn't passive; it's active.
There's more to being a seer prophet than you know, and this open letter shares all.
Though the battle may be difficult, the answer is easy.
These gifts are evident in our daily lives.
Places of compromise, devastation or weeping can become doors of hope.
This kind of personal attack that inhibits your faith, destroys your identity and steals your hope.
There are times Christians get excited about people giving their lives to Jesus. But do we leave them there?