Post by Gina  |  last updated May 2, 2022  |  2 Comments

If you’ve ever wondered, “What does the Bible say about anxiety?” you’re not alone! In today’s post, Gina M Poirier shares some valuable insights about how to look at verses on anxiety within their larger context. What does the Bible say about anxiety? As someone who struggles with this emotion on a regular basis, I’ve [Continue Reading]

Post by Gina  |  last updated January 24, 2022  |  0 Comments

In times of trial, it’s so easy to lose hope. In today’s post, Gina M Poirier shares 10 amazing Bible verses about trusting God that can help carry you through your most difficult moments. One of the most difficult times in my life was when I couldn’t be with my daughter. It was the spring [Continue Reading]

Post by Ellie  |  last updated December 11, 2021  |  2 Comments

In this post, Ellie Hunja is sharing four key reminders that can anchor you in your identity in Christ when you feel disconnected. If you feel like you’ve lost your sense of self in motherhood, you’re not alone. When I became a mom, it felt like a knife had sliced across my life, separating it—and [Continue Reading]

Post by Gina  |  last updated November 11, 2021  |  3 Comments

Anger is one of the biggest concerns Christians can encounter in parenting. In today’s post, Gina M Poirier is sharing 10 Bible verses about anger to help equip you to overcome it. 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. [Continue Reading]

Post by Ellie  |  last updated November 4, 2021  |  0 Comments

Learning how to practice gratitude is key for our joy in Jesus. In this post, Ellie Hunja is sharing how we can train our minds and hearts to rejoice in God’s blessings, even in hard times. Have you ever experienced a moment when your heart overflowed with gratitude? The other day, I glanced up from [Continue Reading]

Post by Guest  |  last updated November 1, 2021  |  0 Comments

Guest post by Kristen Hogrefe Parnell How do you praise God when you’re hurting? I’ve grappled with that question this year from several difficult places. My year began with a skiing accident that dislocated my shoulder. I struggled with the pain and had to depend on my husband for the simplest of movements from dressing to [Continue Reading]