My stolen car and the way the experience has rippled through my life. An open letter written by Jessica Schneider to the guy who stole her car.
The Book of Philippians begins with a seemingly stern “calling out” of Euodia and Syntyche. But Sarah saw Paul’s words differently when she read them from a place of love and concern. Find out what she learned about repentance from this glimpse of a feud in the ancient church.
Jessica knew God wanted her to do something kind for someone who didn’t deserve it. But one thing stood in the way. Find out how she dealt with it in “One Thing That Kept Me From the Cross.”
Jaime has discovered that forgiveness isn’t has easy as she’d thought. Can you relate? Jaime shares 4 things God is teaching her about forgiveness.
Betrayal in marriage can lead to a bitterness state, but God can help you process the hurt. Our guest blogger shares how she learned to overcome bitterness and love again after betrayal.
The front porch is an invitation to the things that matter most in life. But as times have changed, we have lost the value of the front porch. Join Sheila for precious childhood memories and lessons from her front porch.
As a teenager, Valerie ignored her Dad’s advice and got herself in trouble. But just like our Heavenly Father, her dad rescued her, forgave her, and never brought it up again. Find out what this experience taught her about the Lords Prayer and God’s character.
I swung the hammer while you held the nail… Find out how Jesus sacrifice came to life for one entitled Candid Gal during an unusual Good Friday service 20 years ago.
Where does your confidence come from? Jessica gets candid about a recent lack of confidence, and how she got through in this post on Candidly Christian.
I have a confession. It is a confession of sin. And it isn’t the worst one, it is pretty little, but still sin. The other day I was trying to save time, and I took a left out of a parking lot when there was a clear sign that said “No Left Turn.” I didn’t…
I thought I could trust her. She was my friend and my confidant. We shared everything. It still stings, but betrayal always does. In my heart, I was crushed because the place where I had been able to be myself for years was no longer safe. Have you ever felt the betrayal of a friendship?…
The off-handed comment was followed by laughter as the two guys exchanged looks. The only purpose to that remark could have been to rub salt in the wound and I could feel the anger building in my teenage son who was standing next to me. All three of them were oblivious to me at this…