“It doesn’t matter who you are, you are not excluded from this covenant of love and grace. You are not shut out from the assembly of God no matter what you’ve done, or what you’ve failed to do. You belong for one simple reason. God chooses to gift love.” -Shane Hipps One summer, my friend [...]
Source: relentlessgod.com via Roman on Pinterest This is a good question to ask ourselves. Do our lives reflect an audacious, all-out, courageous faith in God? What do our ambitions, goals, dreams, and actions say about our faith?
Do you wish you could make more sense of the Old Testament? Here’s a little tip that I use myself: read the Old Testament alongside the New Testament. Pick one Old Testament Book and one New Testmanet book to read for the month, then, read one chapter from each book each day. For example, this [...]
Today on the blog, I interview blogger and author Jeff Goins. In this interview, we talk about writing, finding purpose in life, and about his new book, Wrecked: When A Broken World Slams Into Your Comfortable Life. Jeff is also the author of You Are a Writer (So Start Acting Like One) and The Writer’s Manifesto [...]
One way to tell whether or not a book is great or mediocre is to see how it affects your life. Do you live differently after reading that book? Are you inspired, challenged, provoked, encouraged, and motivated to make life changes (and, do you)? Do you come out a different person after reading that book? [...]
Many Christians believe that the most important thing a Christian can do is to “spend time with God.” This usually consists of devoting 30-60 minutes a day to reading one’s bible, praying, and – if one likes – journaling. Some Christians refer to this as “devotions,” “devotional time, ” or “quiet time.” Everywhere I go [...]