It’s easy to think wrongly about who we are. For many of us, our view of self can stem from a pride of thinking more highly of ourselves than we ought to think. Others of us, however, may struggle with
This morning a short phrase opened the devotional I read, and it struck me unexpectedly: “God delights to reveal Himself to you.” Recently life has been so busy, filled with difficult issues to wade through, that the sweet times of
Despite my introverted tendencies, I love being around people. It can exhaust me after an extended period of time, but I still love it. It does my heart good to spend time with others. That said, there is one surefire
February is the month that holds Valentine’s Day, a holiday that might be particularly sweet, or especially painful, depending on the current state of your marriage. This year, the general sense of romance in the air tied to the holiday
Lydia Brownback has written a beautiful piece for Desiring God titled, “Single Is Never Second Best.” It’s full of hope and biblical clarity for singles struggling to have a Christ-exalting perspective on their marital status. I appreciate Brownback’s emphasis on
The end of one year and start of another can offer the opportunity for insecurity to rear its head. Maybe the last year didn’t go as you’d hoped, so you’re facing the new year fearing more of the same, and
Marriage as God created it is bliss. It’s a safe, secure place of loving friendship, where each member can be who they are without fearing rejection. Before sin entered their relationship, Adam and Eve were “naked and unashamed” (Genesis 2:25).
Last weekend I had the privilege of sitting under the teaching of David Powlison at the CCEF National Conference, which inspired some helpful introspection on the subject of identity. Near the beginning of his talk, Powlison asked, “Who are you