According to a study conducted by Barna Group, 87% of 16- to 29-year-olds believe that that present-day Christianity is judgemental.
I have seen a similar pattern in healthy Christian marriages: they are intentional with relationship habits that anyone can apply.
Not many know that for worship leader Kim Walker Smith, her journey into music was birthed in the pain of an abusive childhood.
Offence can be like a poison that seeps into your relationships with friends and family, and even cloud the lens through which you view the world.
For couples, it seems falling on the couch, or sitting on our phones is just SO much easier than to engage but to keep the spark alive it’s worth it!
Sometimes, I do feel like the wider community is better at sitting in the ruins with someone and just being there in the pain.
In the past few years as Joshua has revaluated his position, Australian filmmaker Jessica Van Der Wyngaard has been making a documentary on the process.
Are you and your husband stuck in the same ol’ same ol’ boring routine? Why not take some steps to make your marriage fun again?
Recently something that God has really been challenging me about is speaking life. We can not only speak life, but we can also speak death. Proverbs 18:21 says that the tongue has the power of life and death. What Are You Thinking? Do any of these phrases sound familiar? I will never get that promotion; […]
“A lot of these mums I have known for a few years; I have tried to build a relationship with them, but it never seems to go anywhere”