Emma Danzey’s mission in life is to inspire young women to embrace the extraordinary. One of her greatest joys is to journey with the Lord in His Scriptures. Emma is a North Carolina resident and green tea enthusiast! She is married to her husband Drew and they serve international college students. She enjoys singing, dancing, trying new recipes, and watching home makeover shows. During her ministry career, Emma recorded two worship EP albums, founded and led Polished Conference Ministries, ran the Refined Magazine, and served in music education for early childhood. Currently, she is in the editing stages of her first two writing projects: a Bible study on womanhood and a non-fiction book on singleness. You can visit her blog at emmadanzey.wordpress.com
As believers we are called to honor the Lord with our bodies and how we treat them. Today I am going to share five reasons we are not succeeding in a healthier lifestyle and how the Lord can help.
Sola is the Latin word for “only.” The five solas are Latin based and include: sola Scriptura, solus Christus, sola gratia, sola fide, and soli Deo gloria.
The Holy Spirit will guide us and give us an answer if we ask for wisdom. Wisdom is knowledge applied. When we know the situation of a company’s beliefs, we then apply that knowledge if we should support the business or not.
Parents opt to leave home. Governments withhold help to their citizens. Co-workers lie to you. Is it actually possible to refrain from anger and turn from wrath?
After having babysat for over 20 different children in my teens and early adulthood, I have been asked some strange and cute questions. Quite a few of these kids have been raised in Christian homes and sometimes their curiosity about the Lord, the world, and heaven felt above my pay grade.
Whether you are a parent, relative, neighbor, or babysitter, you might be asked hard Biblical questions by little ones. Today I am going to unpack five questions that kids have about God and how to answer them using Scripture.
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What does the Bible say about pornography? Today we are going to dive into the Scriptures on how to approach pornography and how to help ourselves and others with addictions.
Paul makes it evident that we live by the Spirit or by the flesh. There is no hybrid. The call to all believers each day when they wake up is to surrender that day to the power of God working in and through them. When I forget to acknowledge the Lord is at work in my life and the people on my path, I miss out on the opportunities in front of me.
When you first hear the term, “You are not your own” found in 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, it can appear confusing. Does this phrase negate free will?
I do not know how the Devil is “roaring at you” today, but be encouraged by what comes after 1 Peter 3:8. In verse 9, God tells us that we can resist the enemy, stand firm, and know that we are not alone. This is not Heaven – this is the fallen world in which we live. But we can have the fullness of hope because of Jesus. We can rest in the assurance of our salvation in Him.
1 Corinthians 10:31 tells us to do everything for the glory of God. Do you know that Jesus Himself did seemingly mundane tasks? Jesus likely went to school. He learned carpentry (Mark 6:3). He probably did chores for his family. What you do matters to God. Whatever that is, honor Him with it.