Rachel didn’t know she was a yeller until she had kids. Jesus didn’t make her life easier, but it helped calm the storm inside of her. Peace be still.
Candid Guest, Erika Baily finds it hard to give grace to other when she thinks they don’t deserve it. But then, we don’t deserve God’s grace, either. Find out more about becoming a woman of grace in today’s Candid Confession.
Candid Gal Sherry Chamblee admits to being a bit of a lecturing mother. She loved her children and wanted to be certain they learned from their mistakes. But in a recent sermon, God showed her a better way – a way of grace. Learn more in her devotion 15+ Ways Our Gracious God Safeguards Our Hearts.
Have you ever written out Scripture? Heather has, and she learned a lot. Join Grace & Truth to share special memories with Heather, and to discover 10 Compelling Reasons to Write Scripture with Deborah Haddix.
Life gets busy, we all have priorities, so how do we balance our daily lives with the dreams God has placed in our hearts? Check out these three tips from Former Candid Gal, Debbie Erickson
When Sheila’s daughter was thrown from a car at age 2 and sustained a head injury, she didn’t want to be a living testimony. She wanted to question God’s goodness. But God gave her a new perspective that changed everything.
Are you considering homeschooling or gearing up for another year? Candid blogger, Emma Right, has been a homeschool mom for over 20 years. This is what she would change if she could go back and do it all again…
Life in 2020 has been a bit… let’s say stressful. When was the last time you took a moment to just breathe? Heather Hart shares more in this post.
Jaime Hampton is sharing three ways you can pray to invite God into your struggles. Not necessarily to overcome them, but to face them with Him by your side.
Jaime’s word for 2020 is “sabbath” – Not like the seventh day of the week. But the spirit of sabbath. Find out more in this post…
Life is hard. We can make a huge impact on the life of others as we go about our day, simply by showing a little kindness. Jessica shares more in this post on Candidly Christian.
Today is my son’s birthday. He’s 15. He’s probably the tallest 15-year-old I know. And he has big feet, but that’s beside the point. I’m telling you this because last year I forgot his birthday. True story. You can read my full confession here.