Candid Guest Leone F. Byron felt like she was falling apart. It’s hard to praise God in the struggle, but if we look, we can see Him carrying us through.
Do you struggle to memorize scripture? Candid Gal Valerie Riese does, and in this post she shares a new way to hide God’s word in your heart.
It’s a different kind of Christmas this year. If you’re anything like Jessica, you might be tempted to become a little discontent. She shares more and some encouraging words from the first Christmas in this post…
Why does the Bible say that praise is a sacrifice pleasing to God? Find out in today’s featured Grace & Truth with Barbara Lee Harper.
Are you feeling ready for Thanksgiving yet? It’s been rough lately for sure, but that’s when we need to give thanks all the more. Join us for Grace & Truth for Giving Thanks When It’s Hard.
He is good, even when life is annoying, and especially when life is just plain hard. And when you take a moment to remember what He has done, gratitude will fill your heart.
You don’t have to wait until the time and place is right to praise our Savior. Learn more about how to Practice the Presence of God… Even if You’re Busy.
Candid Confession: Overt physical acts of worship make me uncomfortable. But in today’s Grace & Truth I’m learning to put my body in position to worship.
Do the demands of this season feel more like an invitation to stress than an invitation to worship? Between medical stuff, drama around me, and Christmas, I’ve been stress eating like calories aren’t even a thing. But then today’s Grace & Truth post reminded me that…
As Christians, we don’t always feel grateful. Sometimes we’re just mad and we don’t feel like praising God. So what’s an angry Christian to do? Join Valerie in a Grace & Truth Link Up to find out.
What’s in a name? Have you ever stopped to think about that? Does a name really mean anything, or is it just a word we use for something? The name of the author of this post is Debbie. Does that mean anything to you? Maybe it does, maybe it doesn’t. The name of the person she’s writing about is Jesus. Does that change anything?