Women of Arkansas… are you ready to be inspired? Mark your calendar and grab your friends because Inspire 2021 is almost here!
When we align our priorities with God’s, His timing for how He intends to purpose our lives for His glory is always perfect. For that season in my life, my main ministry was my family and being available to raise up these young men God had blessed us with. Then God provided me with an opportunity to attend the LifeWay Women Leadership Forum for the first time.
So, what does it mean to live as a righteous person? What does it mean – according to Psalm 1 – to pursue God?
These past circumstances can paralyze us. They can cause us to accept less than God’s best. Thankfully the story of Ruth helps us to see the heart of God in the midst of these moments.
I love to think about this line from a favorite Christmas hymn. When I think of hope, it can be a wonderfully dangerous feeling.
There is one issue every Christian must grapple with: suffering. Whether wanted or not, suffering will happen in this life. It isn’t something normal people go looking for, but it is a reality.
As a young adult, I want to encourage those in generations above me: my generation longs for mentorship. We might not initially see the need for discipleship, but young people desire to be encouraged and trained by older people in the faith.
I am strolling through memory lane again. Last month I wrote about changes that affected the way we do church in the last sixty plus years. In this article, I want to share what has motivated me in my ministry and how that changed through the years.