A struggle I often hear from people regarding their Bible study time is simply having the motivation to do it. We know the Bible is good for us to read, we know we are lucky to have access to it – but we just don’t really wanna. So how do we get motivated to spend time in God’s Word?
Looking for a creative way to get into your Bible? Try writing a short story! Includes prompts and ideas to get you started.
8 Amazing Christian Podcasts to encourage and inspire you in your faith.
Fear, sadness, depression, and anxiety can drag you down and make you feel trapped. Here are five things you’re doing that keep you stuck there.
I try to read my Bible every day, but sometimes I can fall into a rut. So when those times come, instead of giving up, I try to switch up my routine, get creative, and spark a little life back into my quiet times with God.
We’re born being separate from God, and that broken relationship is the root of all our other brokenness. And we can only find true healing in God. Music and worship can have an incredibly powerful healing effect on us, when we are searching for healing in God.
I get it, the Old Testament isn’t always the easiest to understand, and it can be difficult to get through in places. But here are five reasons you definitely need to read the Old Testament!
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.
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!
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.