Not Me, God: Questioning and Resisting God's Call

Sometimes God’s plan isn’t easy to understand, and it’s easy for us to question what He asks and commands. But if God has called us to it, He has made a way for us to accomplish the task, and it is necessary that we do it. Even if we don’t understand why, we are the right person for the job.

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Unending Love: The Story of the Prodigal Father

In Luke 15 we find the story of the Prodigal Father. “Hold up,” you’re thinking. “I know this one, and you’re getting it wrong. It’s the son that’s a prodigal, not the father.” Okay, you’re not wrong, it is called The Parable of the Lost (or Prodigal) Son, but I’m also not going to say you’re entirely right. But we’ll get to that.

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6 Practical Ways to Have More Joy in Your Life

It’s all very good to know that as Christians we can have joy at all times, including the hard moments, but sometimes that’s a little easier said than done. Life is hard and it gets ya down. How can we climb out of that valley and find joy again? Here are six totally practical ways you can add more joy back into your life.

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Knowing Who Wins: Lessons from Infinity War

We’re human and we like to be in control and know how things are going to end. But how often do things actually play out exactly as we envisioned them? We don’t know the end. But God does. What may seem like a detour to us, may be a necessary path for God to get us where we’re going. What seems like two steps back for us, is actually necessary for God to move us forward.

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6 Things to Remember When You Feel Unqualified

We see a lot of stories in the Bible about God using unexpected, unqualified people. But despite them not seeming life the best person for the job (or sometimes seeming like just the absolute WORST person!), God still chose to use them in amazingly mighty ways. Why does God choose to work that way? Here are six things to remember when you feel like being unqualified counts you out!

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Fresh Intentions

Spring signifies new life and rebirth, and that is what I desire for my life in this next season. It’s easy to get stuck in winter – that cold, lethargic, BLAH (again, literally and symbolically). But winter doesn’t last forever, not in the seasons of the year (no, not even in Canada), and definitely not in the seasons of our life. It’s time to breathe some new life into my routine.

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