Post by Gina  |  last updated August 12, 2023  |  0 Comments

The first time I considered fasting in the Bible was when I was in college. Some friends in the campus ministry I was a part of decided to participate in a Christian fast together. We went 24 hours without eating food and drank only water. I don’t remember why we were fasting, but I do [Continue Reading]

Post by Gina  |  last updated July 27, 2023  |  0 Comments

If you’ve ever wondered what the fruit of the Spirit is or what it might look like in your life, you’re not alone.  In the early years of parenting, I was shocked at how easily I could be grumpy, impatient, and lose my temper. I wondered what was wrong with me and felt ashamed. As [Continue Reading]

Post by Brittany Ann  |  last updated July 12, 2023  |  128 Comments

Is sola fide (faith alone) enough for salvation? Growing up, I was taught that it was.   I remember learning Romans 10:13, which promises us: “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” I was taught that it didn’t matter what we did or how bad our sins were. As long [Continue Reading]

Post by Brittany Ann  |  last updated July 11, 2023  |  0 Comments

What does the Bible say about tattoos? Surprisingly, very little. There’s only one verse in the entire Bible that even mentions tattoos (Leviticus 19:28), and it isn’t as straightforward as it initially appears. So whether your body is covered in Christian tattoos or you’re considering getting your very first Bible tattoo… If you’re wondering, “Are [Continue Reading]

Post by Gina  |  last updated July 6, 2023  |  0 Comments

One of the reasons the Bible is so fascinating is that it isn’t a book you just read. While I do recommend that you actually learn how to read the Bible, that should only be the beginning of your understanding. God’s Word is also meant to be savored, wrestled with, meditated on, memorized, recited aloud, [Continue Reading]

Post by Gina  |  last updated July 3, 2023  |  3 Comments

If you’re on the hunt for good Bible verses about anger because you just blew up at your kids, you’re in good company. As a mom of five, I’ve snapped at preschoolers and I’ve raged at preteens. More often than not, my outbursts have more to do with my own exhaustion and fear rather than [Continue Reading]