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Shame.   I've mentioned it before as something that I've struggled with.  I know I'm not alone in this struggle.  And stumbling across Laura Dingman's new Bible Study I Am Found was confirmation of that fact.

I've mentioned it before as something that I've struggled with. I know I'm not alone in this struggle. And stumbling across Laura Dingman's new Bible Study I Am Found was confirmation of that fact.

Something I’ve noticed lately is that culture wants us to embrace the fact that we do not have to live in shame.  So often, when we do something awful, or something awful has been done to us, we retreat from life because we feel ashamed.  We don’t want anyone else to find out what we ... [Read more...]

Unashamed by Christine Caine

Angela Yuan met with her son one day and heard the words, “I’m gay.” She decided to take her own life because of the shame she felt, but God intervened.

After spending years in a gay lifestyle, Christopher Yuan became convinced that God was calling him to make a change and embrace “holy sexuality.

One of the things Eric and I have talked about as we discuss what it looks like for our family to live a legacy lifestyle is being able to incorporate Bible time together as a family. With Sarabeth being 20 months old now, she's able to comprehend a lot more than most kids her age are given credit. We found a time that works best for our family and decided to sit down and read Sarabeth's board book Bible with her. In theory, this was a great idea. But we forgot to take into account our…

Creating Family Bible Time

Creating Family Bible Time - Be The Proof

Along that journey, reading has been an integral piece of the puzzle for me. And I just finished Rooted: The hidden places where God develops you by Banning Liebscher. When I signed up to read this book and review it, I didn't know who Liebscher was, but I was drawn to the book, and the subtitle. I was intrigued by the idea of creating a hidden place with God.

What I'm Reading: Rooted

Your story doesn't have to be a one that holds on to shame, disgrace or regret. Your story can and should be one of hope and healing and forgiveness.

Reading the Bible on your own can be intimidating, but nothing feeds your souls more than time in God's word.  Read on to discover simple ways you can begin immediately reading (and understanding!) the Bible.

How to Start Reading and Understanding the Bible

Reading the Bible on your own can be intimidating, but nothing feeds your souls more than time in God's word. Read on to discover simple ways you can begin immediately reading (and understanding!) the Bible.

This is a great list of resources that will help start conversations with your kids about what God's Word says in everyday life.

Parents can feel overwhelmed with finding time or the right resources to teach the Bible at home to their children. Here's some resources to get you started

Why does life have to be so hard?  Difficult times often leave Christians searching the Bible for answers to the most difficult questions — Does God hear me when I pray? Why isn’t He doing anything? Does He even care?  In Unbeaten, author Lindsey Bell shares the stories of biblical figures who went through tough times. Through this 10-week Bible study and devotional, she reminds readers that while life brings trials, faith brings victory. And when we rely on God for the strength to get us…

When God Doesn’t Fix Your Problem

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We are surrounded by a culture that diminishes marriage, parenting, and family…

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