Who would you put in the following blank? When I think of someone who is courageous, I think of ________________. When I do it, my first instinct is to think about people who’ve done incredible things in the face of adversity. Through the years I’ve known World War Two veterans, so I think of them. … Continue reading Despite the odds
Our egos are like Jabba the Hutt. They can be hungry, self-serving beasts who are always wanting more. Today's devo suggests one thing you can do to up your sincerity before God, making your kindness a bit more about him and less about you.
Someone has wronged you. You'd like to forgive them, but you just can't. This perspective could be a game-changer for you, making you lighter and more free.
Got stress? You're not alone. But you're also not without help. New research says that doing this one thing may help. And here's why.
The Bible is big... and confusing. So how do you interpret it? As Thomas Merton says, it's supposed to challenge your intelligence (not insult it). Here's how.
You want to serve. But things in life are already weighing you down. But what if helping others actually made you feel... lighter?
Serving and helping others is good, right? But it can be difficult. So here's a bit of motivation inspired by Albert Schweitzer that appeals to the smiley-face part of you. 🙂
You want to serve and help others. But you're just too busy. Or are you? (Maybe you should just tell your excuses to Greg.) Read on...
You know that serving and helping others is a good thing. But it leaves you tired. So is it worth it? I think so. And here's why.
You probably think you're a fairly "giving person." But if you don't do this, you're probably not. (With thanks to the widow's offering.)