God looks beyond our physical and mental capacities and sees us all as image bearers of the Most High God calling all mankind to Himself.
The secular worldview's answer to our question on existence is so disappointing. There has to be more to life than being a giant accident.
Our words have the power to build up or tear down. We tend to remember this only when speaking, but it goes for texting too.
"I remember crying out to God" and He "began to change my mindset as I renewed my mind. If He can do it for me He can do it for you!"
"The gospel is a message and it requires that we open our mouths about the truth of Christ. Christian, are you prepared to share?"
If you have ever experienced rejection - from a job, school, friends, family - there is good news for you.
God's Word was written a very long time ago. But the age of the Bible shouldn't be the standard by which we evaluate its relevance.
Speaking out when our very reputation is at risk can be scary, but as believers "we are called to be vocal concerning our faith."
Sometimes we wonder why we have to bother praying when God already knows our thoughts, but as with any relationship communication is key.
There is an abundance of resources on the topic of "self-help," but what does true self-improvement look like for the follower of Christ?