Tessa Emily Hall is an award-winning author who wrote her debut novel when she was sixteen. She is now a multi-published author of both fiction and non-fiction inspirational yet authentic books for teens, including her latest release, LOVE YOUR SELFIE (October 2020, Ellie Claire). Tessa's passion for shedding light on clean entertainment and media for teens led her to a career as a Literary Agent at Cyle Young Literary Elite, YA Acquisitions Editor for Illuminate YA (LPC Imprint), and Founder/Editor of PursueMagazine.net. She is guilty of making way too many lattes and never finishing her to-read list. When her fingers aren’t flying 128 WPM across the keyboard, she can be found speaking to teens, teaching at writing conferences, and acting in Christian films. Her favorite way to procrastinate is to connect with readers is on her mailing list, social media (@tessaemilyhall), and website: www.tessaemilyhall.com.
Zodiac signs are a popular way to explain our fortune or personality. But what does the Bible say about using such things?
In our performance-based culture, it's all too easy to have insecurity. Fortunately, the Bible presents some important tools for understanding and extinguishing our insecurity.
And yet, those of us who are in Christ have sensed the presence of God with us and have witnessed His hand at work.
So how can we keep our principles and values from slowly morphing into that of the world’s? And what did the prophet mean in Isaiah 5:20 when he wrote “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil”?
He says, “Let not your heart be troubled.” So what does this mean, and how can we apply this verse to our lives during seasons of uncertainty?
“But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’” So what is this power, and how can we, as believers, access it during the strenuous challenges of life?