People love giving their opinions, but should believers meddle in God’s plans for another? What is the status quo and does the Bible have anything to say?
Redeeming Love is one of those books that you hear people always recommending. For years, I have had many people tell me about this novel, but I was skeptical.
When you get pregnant for the first time, it’s exciting. For me, I wanted to buy clothes and plan parties. However, no one prepared me for the challenges of parenting. You’re kind of thrown into it. Sometimes you sink, sometimes you swim, and sometimes you walk on water.
Yeshua said, “Follow Me” (Matthew 4:19), but He never promised that we’d have an easy life; actually, He said the opposite.
For the last two years, I’ve been following Cole and Savannah LaBrant on social media. In their first memoir, they beautifully share their love story and their journey to become a family.
What is love? How do you know when you’re in love? We have all read 1 Corinthians 13, but is it only talking about romantic love? Could there be more to these amazing words?
The Fault in Our Stars is a little infinity that I want to go back to over and over again! It’s one of the most touching, heartfelt, books I’ve ever read.
For the last week, I’ve been listening to the book Boundaries by Dr.Henry Cloud and John Townsend. It’s a Christian, self-help book about setting up the right boundaries, when to say yes or no, and taking control of our lives.
Last year was a very hard year for me; I was going through a lot of emotional turmoil and brokenness. Years of wounds left open began to bleed, and it was hard just telling myself to keep breathing. But through it all, Yeshua (Jesus) was there. Through every moment where I felt hopeless, He was there.
Please don’t let the title of this post scare you away. Don’t worry, I’m not going to get into, “Which party do you follow?” or, “Hey, how about that President Trump…” I have my beliefs, and you have yours. We are all entitled to our own opinions, and this is not a site where we only cater to one and not the other.