God's word is filled with such truth, but also words of hope. Looking at the news would make anyone feel hopeless. This month's resource was created to encourage you in hope in the midst of what may seem like a hopeless time. Enjoy and let the God of ALL hope fill you up to the overflow with hope.
What happens when the very thing you are good at or experienced in no longer works for you or you don't see any result? What do you do when what once used to feed you and provide for you is now coming up empty?
During the COVID-19 crisis in our world, I pray that each of you are using this time to connect deeper with Christ and your loved ones. Here is a downloadable printable you can use. Enjoy!
Be encouraged sis! He is WITH us! Check out this short prayer of comfort during difficult times.vid
These were some of the words used to describe Hagar, whose name in Hebrew means “flight”, when she is first introduced to us in the beginning of Genesis 16. She is who I am highlighting this week for Biblical Women's History Month.
Many people know a lot of the pairs in the Bible that are often mentioned together: David and Jonathan, Adam and Eve, Ruth and Naomi, and Abraham and Sarah. Some are joined together through a marital union. Others are connected through friendship or as a result of...
In continuing with the theme of this month, Biblical Women's History, this week I wanted to highlight a woman from the New Testament who isn't mentioned much but was considered by some as the first Christian missionary. In just two verses, found in...