There was a time I believed that I had it all together. In my mind, I was the epitome of cool.
I’ve always believed that hard work pays off. Sacrifices must be made—be it time, entertainment, or sleep—if results are to be expected. It is therefore no surprise to hear how many would stay up late to complete their assignments, edit their masterpieces, or study for an exam. I apply this attitude to both my studies and my involvement in Christian ministry.
She had lost the baby. When I heard that she was expecting, I was ecstatic. I couldn’t believe that this woman—whom God had revealed to me a few months prior that she would conceive this year—was already pregnant!
I had always loved singing and wanted to join the singing club in school. However, God had a different track in mind for me.
This is a verse many Christians know by memory. I have known this verse since I was a little girl but never took it seriously.
I come from a family of six. I have an elder sister, a younger sister, and a younger brother. My parents were hawkers. To give my siblings and I a comfortable life, they worked long hours and would not rest unless they fell sick.
Have you been on a short-term mission trip before? If you haven’t, picture these three scenarios