“This world is full of beauty and horror, but the unchanging reality underneath it all is the love of God that creates, sustains, and redeems all things.” Continue reading 10 Quotes: Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren
Revelation 21:1–4 gives us a glimpse into God’s final act of redemption, when our broken world is made new. It shows us that evil has an expiration date, that pain and sorrows will cease, and that all our tears will be wiped away by the God who dwells with us. Continue reading Our Story Has A Good Ending: Jesus Wins (The Hope of Revelation 21:1–4)
In the midst of the chaos, God is still God. And He is still good. And He is still in control. Continue reading Where Is Your Hope?
There is no heart so hard that God cannot soften it or so broken that he cannot heal it. There is nothing—no person, no situation, no trial, no pain—that he cannot redeem. Continue reading Don’t Feel Frantic, God’s Already Won
No matter how difficult we find this holiday season, we can still rejoice. Because of His suffering, ours will end. Continue reading In the Darkness, We Have a Thrilling Hope
Life barrages us with bad news. It can be discouraging, disorienting, and devastating at times. So, here is some good news to hold fast to today. God’s word never fails. Continue reading Good News for Bad Days
I never read Kisses from Katie. I knew her general story from a friend who loved it, but I didn’t get around to checking it out myself. I’ll admit to being a little skeptical. How could a 23-year-old adopt 13 kids and actually function well as a mother? Perhaps this skepticism is one reason that … Continue reading Daring to Hope Book Review
Whatever we feel overwhelmed by—schedules, circumstances, relationships, or theological confusion—we have reason to take heart. God is seeking to show us more of Himself. Continue reading The Gift of Being Overwhelmed