Ecclesiastes says there’s a time for everything. Everything has a season. Life is like that. But how can you figure out what season you’re in right now?
To understand faith I always have to put it in terms of a relationship. When we speak of a Biblical faith, we are speaking in terms of having faith… trusting… based upon our relationship with God through His son, Jesus Christ.
Forgiveness is a releasing of emotional guilt you place upon the other person. It’s a choice. It happens in the heart. So, have you REALLY forgiven them? Here’s how to be sure.
In my years of counseling and ministering to married couples, mostly in distress, I have learned some principles that run fairly consistent within each marriage. Couples really are not that different from each other.
I previously shared 7 of the greatest needs of a wife, based on personal observation and experience working with married couples. Today I continue with the man’s side of the needs.
If you want to be a Biblical leader, consider these verses.
Lot’s wife looked back. She took her eyes off the path of the Lord. She looked back to the world instead of forward to God’s plan for her life.
The first answer is to talk to God, but how many times have you done that and still cannot figure out what He is saying. What do you do then—when you don’t know what to do? Here are 7 suggestions.
To me, the difference in a true friend and one who calls themselves a friend, but is really an acquaintance is fairly easily identified.
One disappointment I have had in ministry is watching people come to church, get excited for a time, then disappear. Here are 7 reasons why they vanish.