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“I don’t know if I believe in God anymore.” We were driving home late one night when the words I’d been too scared to say for months finally tumbled out of my mouth. Despite the fact that he was driving, my husband turned and stared at me in shock. I watched him mentally search for […]

By Taylor Cage

What to Say to A Friend Who has Doubt

I had high hopes for my newly planted garden—that is, until my neighbor’s tree fell and crushed it the very next day. It was my first attempt of many to plant a garden this year, and by my fourth try, summer was drawing to a close. With little time left, I wondered if there was […]

By Titania Paige

Eight Ways to be in the Word in Every Season

“I can’t wait for this season to end,” I grumbled to my husband. I was working around the clock to make ends meet, but the budget was still tight. If only I could get a job that paid enough, then I would work cheerfully. As we drove home, one thought consumed my mind: if only […]

In God’s Word in Every Season

By Well-Watered Women

Spiritual Disciplines in a Busy Day In the precious early hours before my kiddos wake up with requests for books and pleas for Frosted Mini-Wheats, I’m hunched over my phone scrolling the morning feed while my Bible lies in my lap unopened. When I finally get to reading and praying, I have only a few […]

By Rachel Dee

Spiritual Disciplines for Gospel Amnesia

My son’s first cello lesson of the year took an unexpected turn. As his teacher formulated his weekly practice plan, she emphasized that his goal for his practice session was to simply show up with joy. As I listened, a mixture of awe and confusion colored my disposition. No minimums on practice time, special drills […]

By Neidy Hess

Learning About Joy from Cello Lessons

In Every Season The Bible is anything but boring. The first time I read through the Bible chronologically, I found myself in awe of God’s work of redemption. It strengthened my faith, sparked my passion, and stirred in me a desire to share the hope of the gospel. Reading the Bible from start to finish […]

In the Word In Every Season

By Well-Watered Women

What emotions should a growing Christian display? As followers of Christ, how should we feel? What comes to mind? #blessed #thankful #faithoverfear #loved #accepted  Sometimes, these hashtags and feelings ring true for us. But they can also express what we as Christians think we should feel while our hearts tell a different story. In several […]

By Ashley Chesnut

Is It Okay to Feel?

The Importance of Doctrine Editor’s Note: This excerpt is adapted from Do You Believe? by Paul David Tripp, ©2021. Used by permission of Crossway. “Daddy, did God make telephone poles?” It seemed like one of those endless unimportant questions that, near the end of a long day, can make a parent a bit insane. We […]

By Paul David Tripp

The Importance of Doctrine

There are lots of obvious reasons we don’t pray. We don’t know what to say. We’re too busy. God already knows what we’re going to say, so do we really need to go through the motion of actually saying something? These come to mind when I think of the conversations I’ve had with thousands of […]

The Most Unexpected Reason We Don’t Pray

By Val Woerner

What will they Remember? There’s something in us, as parents, that feels like we need to make fall magical. The apple cider. The pumpkin patch. The hot cocoa bars. Do you ever find yourself wishing you were that mom with the peppermint stir sticks for the hot cocoa or the caramel syrup for the apple […]

By Ruth Chou Simons

What Our Kids Will Remember This Fall


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