Do you need to “feel all the feels” so you can heal? Join Candid Gal Laura Marshall as she learns to take time for herself, to lean into the hard things… and then move on.
The change of seasons has Candid Gal Mariel Davenport daydreaming about “when things settle down” so she can focus on what really matters. But how do you even find and live from the perspective of what really matters? Mariel finds an answer from the Book of Philippians.
Unexpected events can leave us hurting and exasperated. But, if you’re willing, they can also lead you to wonderful blessings. Read more in this funny, warm devotion by Laura Marshall.
Candid Gal Jessica Schneider turns 40 today! To celebrate, she’s sharing the best advice she ever received.
“Gossip is hiding in plain sight…” Candid Guest Jessica Sims shares a life-changing lesson she learned about gossip during a recent ladies night out.
If you could design your own t-shirt, what would you want people to know about you? Candid Gal Sheila Schweiger-Rhodes shares what she wants people to know about her, themselves, and the One understands everything.
Being a vibrant Christian does not exempt us from the bondage of low self-esteem. Candid guest, Happiness Hassan shares her journey from fear and insecurity to see herself as God sees her.
Brokenness and the breaking process is painful. Sarah J Callen shares how she’s learning to rejoice despite her brokenness.
Have you ever struggled to feel God’s love? Dr. Karen Michelle Ricci is our guest for a Candid Moment where she shares how God broke down her protective walls.
Why do we live in a constant state of stress, even as we serve the Prince of Peace? Learn 7 Ways to Cope With Daily Stress in today’s Grace & Truth.
I had a dream. That’s how Jessica starts this post on Candidly Christian. Dreams can rock us to our core, or be so wonderful we don’t want to wake up…
Candid Gal Sherry Chamblee shows us that, as new or struggling believers (and we all fit at lease one of those two categories), there’s a lot we can learn from what Jesus didn’t do when He raised Lazarus from the dead.