Many of us know that today is the day when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and thank Him for what He did for us. But sometimes this day can turn into one of those ‘going through the motions” days and it loses its meaning. So, how we can celebrate Easter without becoming desensitized to what God has done for us? For me, I go back to the very beginning of my walk with God. Click here to read more.
There’s something so exciting about the beginning of a new year. Many people view this as a time to replace bad habits with good ones, to make and build new relationships, and to achieve goals we had always wanted to achieve. But what is it about this time of year that makes us so optimistic and expectant about what’s to come?
What is the most common thing college students struggle with? Based off of people I have talked to recently and my own personal experience, I would have to say stress. It is true that, while we have a million things to do, we are not superhuman. However, we do serve an all-powerful God. Here are some things to remember as we try to turn our stress into dependence on God.
It's December 22nd, which means Christmas is only three days away! If you haven't done your shopping yet, don't fret! Read this blog first, fret later. Christmas is a great time to enjoy being home, get some rest, spend time with family, eat a lot, and reflect back on the work that The Lord has done in your life in the past year.