Christianity Doesn’t Have to Be Wearisome or Bible Study Boring: HOW TO FALL IN LOVE WITH THE BIBLE (Part 1)
Christianity doesn’t have to seem wearisome and Bible study boring. Learn how to fall in love with the Bible (Part 1) by Jean Wilund via ReviveOurHearts.com
Are brokenness and revival new to you? If so, taste the perfecting blend God brings of heat and sweet through these life-changing Truths.
Is your heart unsettled, longing for the safest place? Discover the Truths that lead us into the safety of God’s will, true joy, and rest in Him.
Does someone you love need Jesus? Like the woman at the well in John 4, Jesus always keeps his appointments. He’ll meet them with words of Truth and Life.
Here’s why we must learn the changeless truth about God’s Providence before tragedy strikes.
I set out to notice people and share God’s love. It did NOT go as planned. Oops! Are you a terrible noticer, too? There’s hope for us! by Jean Wilund (Special thanks to Jeannie Waters for her helpful and convicting post that inspired me.)
What if we interviewed your Bible? Or Mine? What would it say about our relationship with God?
Friendships matter. The best kind of friends are Monketeers. Discover this special friendship and use these five suggestions to find your Monketeer friend. (by Jean Wilund via InspireAFire.com)
How do we know what is God’s will for us? It’s a common dilemma, one I struggle with, too. But God wants us to know His will and reveals it in various ways. by Lori Hatcher via JeanWilund.com
Do you really know the name of the LORD or just the letters of His sacred name? There’s a big difference.
Whether you’re single, happily married, or want to run from your marriage, whatever overwhelming difficulty you’re facing, this redemption story will inspire you to trust God no matter what. (Watch or listen on ReviveOurHearts.com)
“You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”