Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021

faith

“Black Faith Matters” and the Canaanite Woman

Black faith matters. It perseveres, undaunted and relentless, marching and praying for justice and reconciliation. Take a look at the Canaanite woman.

Sleep Through the Storm: 5 Ways to Find Calm When Your Faith Wavers

Can we really sleep through the storm as Jesus did on the boat with the disciples? Here are 5 ways to find calm when our faith wavers.

How 6 Doctors and Scientists Apply Faith on the Front Lines

How do Christian doctors and scientists apply their faith in Jesus Christ on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic? Here are 6 inspiring testimonies.

Fear: The Uninvited Guest

When fear comes to our door, we have to protect every opening from its tricks and lies. Here's how to combat fear with a few plays from our Playbook.

4 Ways to Grow Faith That Outweighs Fear and Worry

Fear and worry will try to sentence your faith to death row. Don't let them. Try these 4 practical strategies for unshakeable faith.

How to Rekindle Your Child-Like Faith and Wonder in God

Is God calling you to risk it all and step out of the boat today? Perhaps it is time to restore your child-like faith and wonder in all He can do. 

Christians, Coronavirus, and a Christ-Centered Response

Times of uncertainty and fear, like the current coronavirus outbreak, are the perfect time for followers of Jesus Christ to let their light shine.

The 2-Sided Role of Belief in ‘I Can Do All Things’

There are 2 sides to belief when we declare 'I can do all things through Christ." Walk in Christ's strength and apply strong belief for the win.

Don’t Let Fear Unravel Your Faith Cape

Have you ever approached God from a place of fear versus a position of faith? Here's how to shift your mindset from fear to faith.

Doers of the Word: Walk It, Like You Talk It

We are called to be doers of the Word, so are we walking it like we talk it? Let's discuss the words of James and apply them to our lives.
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Your Gifts and Talents Aren’t Like Theirs, and It’s OK

When we focus on the gifts and talents of others, we forget how important our own gifts are to God and that He wants us to use them.
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