When our quest for truth begins to compromise our relationship with the Father, then it’s time to take a step back and repent.
Are you willing to consider and even examine perspectives that lay outside the bounds of your logical mind, because they seem too crazy to be true?
There are a lot of rumors floating around about Joel Osteen’s refusal to help Hurricane Harvey victims by opening his church to those seeking shelter. Here are my 2 cents.
Today I will commit to being more intentional about praying for my brothers and sisters in need. Will you join me?
We Israelites are quite forgetful, aren’t we? Thankfully, The Father gave us a practical commandment that helps us to remember.
This post is an invitation to anyone who’s struggling with their health to return to the heart of YHWH and to trust in His healing power.
I started writing so quickly that I forgot to define the very word that this blog series is based on: teshuvah. In this post, I discuss what it really means to repent.
Today, I will commit to wasting less time on my phone and spending more time doing what matters most: Loving YHWH and loving my neighbor.