Information overload is real. It’s pretty impossible to sift through all the information that’s available to us each day with an overwhelming and constant flow of studies, data, ads, and reels that claim they can transform our minds, bodies, and eating habits. When it comes to our spiritual lives,
If all words matter to God, they should matter to us too. Contrary to growing belief, profanity isn’t something we should be embracing if we’re called to stand apart.
Wisdom says that we’re permitted to speak into other’s lives only to the degree they allow us. While we value all of our relationships, every friendship isn’t equal and not all require the same commitment.
I joined Pittsburgh Steelers Chaplain, Kent Chevalier, to discuss our availability, focus, and margin as a commitment to discipleship
Sometimes it feels like God is disconnected from our struggles and challenges. Or maybe we’ve just “gone it alone.” But He’s never too far away and is always present.
The pacing of our lives is so important that it can help or hinder the call of God in our lives. When we look at Jesus, we see that He responded in obedience rather than being driven by need. Here are 3 believers from 3 walks of life sharing some steps we’ve taken to follow Jesus’ pace.
I joined Pastor Phonz Phillips of Detroit Church for the Sunday Recap of Collateral Damage: Find The Lie. A message about perils spiritual warfare, our role in it, and how we should respond.