Are you preaching on generosity? Check out these great illustration ideas that bring biblical truths to life through word pictures, stories, and everyday examples.
Knowing what the Scriptures proclaim about our identity as sons and daughters of God is vital to our Christian life.
The advancement of the kingdom of God does not occur by the solo efforts of a single individual seeking to be the hero; instead, the most significant impact is when God’s people work together in a unified effort.
Often, when we decide to be an agent of change for God, fear will rise up against us.
“Confession is a powerful spiritual practice in our lives.
N. T. Wright describes partnering between believers and God through describing a stonemason working on part of a great cathedral.
We live in a culture that thrives on the instant. We want things to happen right away—from packages arriving in the mail in two days to downloading movies immediately to our phones.
“Not everything you read on the internet is true,” Abraham Lincoln is often quoted as saying.
My Refuge House is a home for survivors of commercial sexual exploitation in the Philippines.
“Have you ever compared the front and back of a tapestry? The front of a tapestry is art. In the hands of a skilled weaver it displays incredible artistry and fine detail. …
We all have habits. Hopefully most of us brush our teeth every night, many of us go on a run or hit the gym every morning, and some of us acquire bad habits like chewing our nails or the end of a pen.
Sometimes it takes having our most precious possessions taken from us to gain perspective on what really matters.
Most of us like to avoid pain at all costs. But world-famous surgeon Paul Brand will tell you that pain is an important and valuable tool our bodies have to tell us what is wrong.
God’s grace, redemption, and abounding love is offered to all of us no matter our backgrounds, past mistakes or the struggles we face.
We have the ability to share the presence of God with others and to impart the comfort God provides.
We might believe that God will always protect and provide for us in the ways that we expect.
At the end of the movie, Matilda, the main antagonist, Ms. Trunchbull gets what she deserves, after spending the entire movie harassing the children and continually abusing them.
“Would you go through all the pain of childbirth again, just to be able to have that beautiful child of yours?” For most mothers, the answer to this question is obvious.
In his article, “Want to Be Healthier? Change Your Taste Buds,” Michael Greger shares that our taste buds can change once we remove certain types of food from our diet.
God repeatedly uses his people not to glorify themselves or to give some advantage to others, but to glorify God.