It is hard to talk about loss. And it can be hard to listen when a person speaks about grief. But God has called His people to grieve together. Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep (Rom. 12:15). Lamentations gives us a picture of what it means...
3 Reasons Why Reading the Bible Feels Like a Chore (Aaron Armstrong, Blogging Theologically)
…why is it that reading the Bible seems like such a chore? While there are, no doubt, many reasons, here are three that I’ve seen crop up most frequently in my own life.
When a Christian Feels Dry: A Simple Practice (Jason Helopoulos, The Christward Collective)
You know His love, but are not enjoying His love. Your spiritual life isn’t dead, but it is dull. What is the answer? What is a Christian to do?
Ground Your Heart in Gospel Peace (Heidi Jo Fulk, True Woman)
The problems we have and the peace we seek can only be fully accomplished in Christ. As we analyze the conflict, violence, and brokenness that surrounds us, the only sure and true lens we have is the truth of God.
15 of the Best Christian Books on Grief, Death, and Suffering (Kevin Halloran, Word+Life)
Life in this fallen world is filled with suffering…The following Christian books on suffering, grief, loss, and death will help you learn God’s view on suffering and be prepared when suffering enters your life.
Is Joy Unemotional, and Is It More Spiritual Than Happiness? (Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspective Ministries)
The idea that “joy is not an emotion” promotes an unbiblical myth. Yet that statement appears online more than 17,000 times, virtually all of them by Christians.