Around Valentine’s Day, we tend to focus on just romantic relationships, in particular those that lead to chocolates and roses. But what are the most important relationships in our lives? How can we foster love: in our marriages, our relationship with God, our singleness, our careers, or in any other relational aspect of our lives? This week, let’s love intentionally!
At the Heart of Trochia’s Mission: A Level Path
The writer of Hebrews uses a metaphor for life in verse 12:13, by speaking as a coach to his running team. Before a runner sets himself on a race, he examines the track carefully because unevenness can make him vulnerable to a fall, especially when he gets tired. If the path is not leveled, neither advanced runners or weak runners can finish the race well. When we stay on the right path of life following Jesus, we bring healing not only to our lives but also the life of others, and we finish the race well.
Four Things Kids Need From Parents and Mentors
God loves us as a Father, and models for us good parenting. I know that not everyone reading this is a parent, but everyone has a child or younger person in their life, so I think it’s important that we look to the Word of God for wisdom about these relationships.
Lessons from Egyptian Christians , Part 2: My Nine-Year-Old Mentor
On a recent mission trip to Egypt, Chris had a frightening experience, but with a reminder of Psalm 23, and an encounter with a remarkable nine-year-old mentor, Chris remembered that the Lord is our Shepherd, no matter what circumstances we encounter. Be encouraged by his story today and share with us when simple truths have come to you through the faith of a child.