“Is this it?” I still remember asking this question of my Bible study leader and mentor one day during my college years. I was having daily time with the Lord: reading His word and praying. I attended church regularly and was involved in Bible study. I wasn’t hiding any habitual sins. My relationship with the Lord was genuine, even close and warm. But in a way I couldn’t quite put into words, I felt as if I had arrived where God wanted me … and the thought of continuing on for another … 10? … 20? … 50? years the same way in my relationship with the Lord seemed a little lackluster.
by Lori Stanley Roeleveld Many times, I have thought my life unimportant – not as a form of self-pity, but more as an excuse. This fallacy that I don’t matter, that I’m insignificant, is a convenient delusion to comfort me … Continued
By Chalaine Scott People say this generation is the problem. No one sits on front porches anymore. No families gather around tables. No rocking-chair sittin’ or porch-swing conversatin’. My grandpa’d sit and tell me about the good ol’ days. And … Continued