As humans we find great comfort in stability, yet we are always experiencing change and taking on the unknown. However, as believers we can rest on one constant, God. What does it mean to serve an unchangeable God?
The hashtag #staywoke has become increasingly popular, but how does it relate to us as Christians? The Bible encourages believers to remain steadfast, disciplined, and spiritually and morally alert. We are so easily distracted by our own stuff, that we forget we live in a world filled with hopelessness and despair. Are you awake when it comes to walking in the call to righteous living? Are you actively showing compassion to those in need?
God’s ultimate will is to bless us. However, before God can bless us there are certain conditions that must be met. Yes, God only blesses on His terms. In this post Kerry shares 3 keys to unlocking the blessings of God as found in Deuteronomy 28.
"Amazing Grace" has to be one of the most well-known and most recorded hymns of all times.From sacred to secular, cue the refrain and people instantly recognize it and start singing along. It's almost like a spiritual national anthem. But sometimes the concept of grace can become a little less amazing and a little more cliché. Read this refresher on why grace is so amazing!
Grace is the remarkable and underserved kindness we receive from God through His Son, Jesus. But did you know that some of the tangible gifts of grace that we have access to and take for granted, are considered matters of life and death to others in developing regions around the world? See how we are working to extend grace to people around the world!
"Sorry, not sorry," is a phrase we hear often in our society. And although many of us would prefer to live unapologetically, most us also want the apologies we believe are owed to us. So how much is an apology worth to you? How much should it be worth?
Do you have a word of the year? A word that you will allow to shape your year, and every moment and decision of your life? Kerry shares her journey to come to terms with her word of the year—SURRENDER.