• Imagine your life embodied in a single piece of paper. A blank page.

    No identity, no inherent value, no established purpose, yet there is so much potential to be unlocked in a blank page. There are countless possibilities and creations to be discovered in that single piece of paper, and the principle carries over into your life.

  • My grandpa accepted Christ on his deathbed. After a life-long battle with alcohol and years of heartache, he decided to put his trust in Christ. My dad became a believer in his 20s after his Christian girlfriend broke up with him. I felt a call to ministry as a teen at the same time I was taking steps away from Christ.

  • The next time you’re eating out, look around the restaurant to see how many couples and families have their phones out.  Most of us have been guilty of bringing our phones to the table at one time or another. As great as technology can be, left unchecked, it can become an insidious distraction in many of our families and marriages. Here are a couple of challenges technology can create and some suggestions on how to overcome them.  

  • Beth Moore, founder of Living Proof Ministries, was quoted on marriage: “If destruction fails to entangle us, distraction will do its best.” It’s easy for me to think I’m blessed because I don’t have a gambling problem, a drug or alcohol addiction, an affair or other secret sin in my life like my brother, friend, or neighbor does.