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Even the Worst

Every Christian has a story to tell. Some conversion testimonies are more dramatic and spectacular than others.

The Hope of Heaven

I’ll never forget what one of my older friends said when her son died unexpectedly: “Heaven seems nearer.”

I Was on the Brink of Killing Myself

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Planning my route to the place where I wanted to kill myself, I cried out to God in utter desperation for the first, and what I thought would be, the last time.

Beauty bag must-haves for believers

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Is your toiletry bag clogged with beauty and grooming products that have significantly failed to deliver? The serum gave you an outbreak, the bold lipstick promising 24-hour color flaked within seconds, and the body cleanser smelt like a toilet freshener. You’ve shelled out good money for them too, and you’re now left wondering, “I just want to look and smell good, why’s that so hard?”

A Strange Murder

Melito of Sardis, the second-century Bishop of Smyrna, penned these haunting words reflecting on the cross’ tragic grace: God has been murdered . . . O strange murder, strange crime!

3 Reasons Why Christianity Is Really Good

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If I’m honest, the truth of Christianity has never been enough to get me excited about following Jesus. I can read a book that offers proof of the existence of God and still feel lost as to how that impacts my life today.

4 Weapons For Battling Anxiety in Difficult Seasons

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Fresh waves of anxiety threatened to pull me under. Honestly? I felt like God had played me. I trusted Him when I left the business I co-founded. I trusted Him to order my steps towards purpose. And I trusted Him when I prayerfully entered that relationship.

How to Stay Sane When Everyone Has an Opinion about Everything

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“I don’t understand why you aren’t coming home. Where we live isn’t a hotspot anymore, and we’re taking all the right precautions, so you’ll be perfectly safe. Honestly, I’m worried about you.” “Are you really going to drive north this weekend? You know there’s a stay-at-home order in place, right?"

The Hopeful Side of Troubling Times

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I was in a season of newness and growth, much like spring. And spring, for all its beauty, can be hard work. Digging up our unplowed ground and allowing God access to break up hardened areas in our hearts is painful.