“Until Christ is formed in you” (Galatians 4:19)—it is the heart’s cry of every believer. Bringing tangible application to this benevolent theme, Nate Stevens presents his latest work, Transformed, a 30-day devotional journey toward the goal of Christlikeness. Each entry features a highlighted Scripture reference, reflection content, and a prayer to solidify the day’s […]
While I would hardly consider myself a person of prodigious talent like the character Lazarov, I too have something unique to offer the world which is more than my progeny and support.
Love, of course, is the answer, but, surprisingly, it is not the love of the parent, or even a human, that saves the day.
Fricke’s goal to highlight hidden battles and the struggle to open up was effortlessly achieved. Ultimately, the sense that we are all Amy in our own ways grew on me.
During my journey toward God, there were books that found my hands at just the right time. I decided to list some and explain why they helped me.
This breakout author’s vulnerability and relatability are undeniable, and her impeccable wit breaks through some of the tough yet impactful moments throughout each chapter.
How difficult those many long years of waiting for the prodigal son to return must have been for the father, though the actual transformation only took a moment.
Each curriculum I have chosen can take my kids all the way through high school. Every family’s interests are different and that’s the joy of homeschooling.
Antonwaun Johnson cultivates an opportunity for those heeding his words to learn from the Word and to let it marinate like sweet honey to their souls.
We are told that we are to have the mind of Christ. We are to strive to be like Jesus. You will never add up by works or seeking holiness on your own, but being satisfied with a mediocre relationship will only lead to destruction.
We cannot clearly exonerate or judge ourselves; we can only follow hard after Christ and keep asking ourselves the hard questions.
The hope we have doesn’t mean we always break free of the coping mechanisms—the hope is that one day, we won’t need them.
It’s only when Hollywood catches wind of their relationship that they are forced to contend with their feelings. Gossip sites slander Lily, and Ben’s ex-girlfriend tries everything she can to get Ben back.
Whether it hitches a ride in your on-the-go bag, rests on your nightstand, or graces your bathroom’s magazine basket, Cultivating Spiritual Growth is a book that should be kept close.
Believe, confess, call on the name of the Lord, grace through faith—it seems fairly clear to me that the way of salvation is for the person to acknowledge, in legitimate belief, the salvation and Lordship of Jesus Christ over his or her life.
Whether people are willing to admit it or not, racism is still not resolved in our country. We see this everywhere with bitterness and lack of empathy.
Sometimes we think our dreams are impossible to achieve. In Higgins Takes Flight, children and adults alike will join Higgins the penguin on a high-flying adventure.
What is written in Echoes of His Heart is exactly that: Holy-Spirit-inspired works that she wants to share with the world.
Anyone who reads this book will grow in wisdom and strength as they learn to wage war with powerful prayers.
Chad Norris published his second book Mama Jane’s Secret a year ago on February 13, 2018. And since then, the secret of friendship with God isn’t such a secret anymore.
Have you ever read a book that made you stop and reevaluate your life? While reading Bapticostal by Dr. Shannon Gibson, I found myself wanting to dig deeper into who God is and what His heart is for me.
Living against Him just makes things miserable. It wasn’t what we were created for, and it isn’t what He desires for us. We become petty, selfish, myopic, and destructive creatures without Him. Stubbornness is vicious.
The Dream of You is an account of Jo Saxton’s life; there are breathtaking highs, heart-wrenching lows, and melancholy middles. Through her experience, I got to see an unearthing of self, a growing into something beautiful, and an abandoning of old, damaging identities.
More than just a personality test, Dr. Gary Chapman’s five love language categories break down the ways in which we receive and give love. Chapman first published The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts in 1995 after combining his personal life experience with his pastoring and marital counseling expertise.