A surgery was about to be canceled because a man's blood pressure was too high to give him anesthesia. But rather than give up, Dr. Michael Haglund, one of the top cervical surgeons in the country, prayed.
It’s now more common for marriages to fail than it is for them to last a lifetime. But you can still get married with the confidence that you’ll enjoy the healthy, holy marriage God wants you to have if you invest time before getting married into asking wise questions.
Here are some crucial questions to ask before you get married...
Life happens, job loss happens, health-related emergencies happen. It’s not a matter of IF, it’s just a matter of WHEN. So how can you start preparing a safety net in order to be able to respond to life’s unexpected turns?
Whether it’s a sink full of dirty dishes that continues to climb, clutter covering your countertops, laundry piles blocking hallways, a stash of unpaid bills, or a to-do list that never seems to get checked off--you’re not alone. Find encouragement! Start by taking these small steps to transform your home.
Lamont Thomas spent years fostering children - 30 kids over 15 years to be exact! But when the last foster moved out of the house, Lamont could not end it there. So even after he decided to stop fostering, he still wanted to help others - so he made an amazing change!
While many people often wish maintaining good health was as easy as following an owner's manual, health doesn’t have a start or end date. Once the allure of the new year wears off, it can be easy to let those resolutions go by the wayside. To help stay on track, consider these easy-to-implement ideas....
We live in a world where late nights and early mornings validate our human struggle, where doing without physical or emotional sustenance equates with a personal suffrage of sorts. We pass the days telling ourselves when this project is over or this season is done, then we can rest - and we believe those lies.
The holiday season’s air is thick with New Year's resolutions; well intended, but far more likely to fail than succeed. So let’s re-frame those good intentions and agree that any time of year is a great time to make changes that improve your health and life.
As this New Year dawn, many of us are looking for resolutions that will truly change our lives. I encourage you to consider making a daily, meaningful quiet time spent in Bible reading and prayer one of your resolutions in the New Year.
Resolutions are rarely kept past 30 days, but goals can be life changing. More than good intentions, goals help you put in place concrete steps to create a different life, and a different kind of love. So as a couple, take some time to dream together!
What if I were to live like God was for me and not against me? What would life be like if I walked in confidence like that of a child who has been adopted forever, like one who knows and believes they have been chosen to be part of a forever family?
Let’s toss out the glossy trappings of the magazine spreads and follow God’s example of makingsending lovethe core of the holiday! Here are some important relationship principles using the letters ofC.H.R.I.S.T.M.A.S.! to help you...