The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?
How the church can better equip itself to respond to those suffering from poor mental health — both inside its ranks and beyond
If resolutions aren’t your cup of tea at the moment, how about reminders? Here are three to sustain you for the months ahead — no matter how rocky the road
It’s natural to feel crushed in the face of extreme hardship. But Joseph’s life story helps us see that God only allows suffering for good
Missionaries to Cambodia Tyler and Katie Van Halteren remind us that God’s love for us is the same on our most fruitful and least fruitful days
Christ's suffering on the cross accomplished our salvation once for all. A reader asks why Colossians seems to be espousing poor theology at first glance
Our faith in Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross brings us into a family. And one thing good families do is share the joys and pains of life with each other
If our future is eternity with God, why should we endure through suffering in this life? Romans 8 tells us why the Christian state is not a paradox
It's tempting to look around us and see nothing but brokenness, injustice and strife. But what we're taking our eyes off of is: glory
When the “pain of searing loss” bears down, let us remember that victory is ours, because He chose to identify with our suffering — and won the war
The hope of every believer is the resurrection life we have in Christ — and the newness it promises is something we can both experience and enjoy today
We're often told how God's grace is sufficient for us in our weakness. But what does being perfected through affliction really mean?
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