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!
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?
My life is so crazy right now that my regular routine is hardly noticeable! So what's keeping me from going insane?!
Every second Sunday of March, many US church goers face an extra challenge to their resolve. Read this blog to discover my easy solution!
We all long to be loved, and we know we should recognize God's love demonstrations toward us in the small, simple acts of goodness done by others. But what if no one is doing anything loving for me? How can I feel God's love then?!
Are you feeling insignificant and unloved? Then this post is for you! Jesus's teaching about "dime a dozen" sparrows took on a richer, special meaning for me after I had this experience!
Can a risky interpretation of Matthew 13:24-30 and a clue-providing chorus really help me better accept my imperfections, life’s unfairness, and unanswered prayers, while also increasing my understanding of Matthew 6:22-23 (19-34) and 2 Corinthians 4:7 and 12:7-9?
Did you make a new-year’s resolution to cut back and be more moderate in some area of life? Moderation and balance are generally good goals, but they’re not always a good fit for everything. Some things are just better when taken to the extreme.
When is it worthwhile to go bargain shopping? How much cheaper must the price be to make it worth the time and gas to get an item elsewhere?