During the holiday season, it is easy to become overwhelmed by all of the gift giving, pressure, and deadlines. However, the gift of stewardship is one that will always help us give our best to our Savior and our families. Kristina Renee Wise has a word about how to cultivate it wisely today.
There is power in confession, and it is necessary. It leads us to invite forgiveness and love into our hearts, even as we remember we are recipients of the same from Jesus Christ.
Bible Study is so much more than a duty. It's an invitation to experience God's love firsthand, and Marva T. Smith is here to help us do that. In this article, Marva shares three keys to strengthen our Bible study.
Just because life has been insanely difficult or overwhelming does not mean you are excluded from a beautiful, wonderful life going forward. Read Rachel D. Baker's new blog about how to experience celebration in the middle of pain.
In those moments, when the man you love the most in the world appears to be battling for his life, your faith in God becomes very real. It’s not like a foxhole prayer, a mere cry to God in my distress. [There is a saying in the military that there are no atheists in a foxhole.] Read our latest words of encouragement from Barbara Hollace.