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July 20, 2021

God calls His followers to be good stewards of what he’s given them — and that includes their money. After all, it’s God who gives you the ability to work and the skills to earn an income. Therefore, everything you own belongs to Him.  While you may already believe these things to be true, your finances may tell a different story. Maybe you’re struggling to pay off student loans or simply trying to build your savings account after the pandemic…. Read more

July 15, 2021

As much as 40% of your actions aren’t conscious decisions, but habits. Day in and day out, you repeat these specific behaviors as if on autopilot. Ultimately, your life becomes the sum of all these unconscious customs, for better or worse. Therefore, it’s crucial that you frequently reassess your routines and ask God how you might improve them.  In the meantime, you can start developing the following healthy habits to become a more mindful, God-respecting Christian.  1. Prioritize Quiet Time … Read more

July 9, 2021

When you think of Jonah, odds are you picture a tiny man inside of a giant whale. Maybe the story even makes you reminisce about Sunday school lessons when you were a kid.  However, the book of Jonah contains key takeaways that Christians can easily miss if they write it off as a mere children’s story. So, if it’s been a while since you’ve revisited Jonah, here are the most important lessons hiding in the details.  1. God Can Remove… Read more

July 7, 2021

More than a third of seniors experience a lack of companionship at least some of the time, and 27% say they often feel lonely and isolated. Being shut-in only makes matters worse. Cut off from the rest of the world, these people must rely on friends and family for help and support. However, if no one visits them, they may spend most of their days at home alone, which could negatively impact their mental and physical wellbeing. Luckily, helping shut-ins… Read more

July 6, 2021

It’s not uncommon to lose contact with a sibling as you grow older. During your time apart, the separation can negatively affect your mental health and overall sense of well-being. Sometimes, a weak, broken or bitter relationship can even affect your bonds with parents, spouses, kids and other family members. At some point, however, one of you will want to mend things. If you’re the first to reach this turning point, you may be wondering how to go about reconnecting…. Read more

July 6, 2021

I never questioned the ethics or morality of a good hunt. After all, when you’re born into a world of rifles, bullets and deer mounts, you come to accept the sport as a normal part of everyday life. And as it so happened, my church condoned recreational hunting.   Thus, when my father handed me a rifle at the tender age of 8, I wasn’t the least bit surprised. Over the next few years, he taught me how to aim, shoot… Read more

July 6, 2021

Climate change is a very real and pressing threat to our existence on this planet. From the unchecked practices of large manufacturers to the smaller, daily contributions of carbon emissions from commuters, the ozone layer is continuing to thin. This has caused significant and widespread issues that demand immediate action.  Of course, we know that God has ordered mankind to care for His creation, regardless of the circumstances. And there are passages we can turn to during this time of… Read more




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