Friday, May 29, 2020

idolatry

Have Your Issues Become an Idol? Here are 5 Ways to Tell.

How do you know if you've been worshipping your issues, bowing to them upon command? Examine yourselves with this self-test.

Worship the Giver, not the Gifts

We Were Made to Worship Psalms 139:14-16 says: “I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made, marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well. My frame was not hidden from You, when I was made...

Single and Bitter: God Told Me I Was an Idolater, Part 1

Bitter Singles One day, I was in the car talking to the Lord and I asked, “God, why is it that sometimes when my desire for marriage comes to mind, I feel angry and bitter about my singlehood?” Now, Team, I...
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In All the Places Without Cameras, Let’s Be Our Brother’s Keeper

As followers of Christ, let’s commit to being our brother’s keeper, in every situation, regardless of cost—with or without cameras.
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Mental Health: How Do I Hear God’s Voice with Other Voices in My Head?

When dealing with mental health challenges, how can we hear God's voice when we hear other voices? Try these tips from Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis.

5 Tips for Letting Go When That Person, Place, or Thing No Longer Serves You

It can be hard to let go of the "placeholders" in life that have served their purpose. Here are 5 tips on letting go to make room for better.

Thanksgiving on Memorial Day

What does Memorial Day mean to Christians in America? We have so much to be thankful for when we consider the sacrifices made on our behalf.

Peer Pressure: When Followers of Christ are Tempted to Follow the Crowd

Peer pressure doesn't end in childhood. It's something we all will face throughout our lives. So, how will you cope when peer pressure strikes? Try this.
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