We all need to feel loved, not just know (academically) that we are. God knew that and sent Jesus to show us just how loved we are, helping us feel loved. Now it's our turn to help people feel loved, which means we've got to do more than just talk about it!
Would you spend 100+ years building something for the specific purpose of benefiting only a few people for less than two years? No? Well, God did. Yes, those people were that important to Him! (And so are you!)
The devil meant to totally ruin Russ, to silence a powerful voice and ministry. But God knows how to take a mess and turn it into something useful for His glory!
Russ Taff's alcoholic coping mechanism drags him down to a new low. Will those who say they love him reject and berate him or respond with love that truly helps him?
Unlike a famous, fictional force, there's nothing to be gained from the dark side of fame. And Russ Taff's story reveals some of this dark side of the spotlight.
Russ Taff's life, ministry, marriage and family were almost ruined by some deep, dark, powerful secrets. But his faith in God and God's love for him were stronger. In this post, we look at the critical effect of family, marriage, and generational influences.
My experience with Hurricane Florence is not the typical experience, but just because it's all I know, doesn't invalidate the stories you're more familiar with. Increase your EQ by applying this lesson to your relationships!
If you promise not to think I'm bragging, I’ll tell you a story. But you’ve got to promise, okay?!? Because the story’s not really about me, anyway. I…just happen to be in it.
Without television, the two most important people at the royal wedding would have been extremely hard to see, even for those who were actually there! What else is important but hard to see?
Is it enough to just go to church, have Christian friends, recite a prayer, and read a preset portion of the Bible? Or is there something else that's even more critical to eternal life than these valuable practices?