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Editor’s Note: This excerpt is from Michelle Myers, She Works His Way: A Practical Guide to Do What Matters Most in a Get Things Done World, “Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group,” 2021. Used by permission. A Prayer of Personal Decrease + Kingdom Increase Father, you alone are worthy of my […]

If you’re like me, you probably make prayer too complicated. For a long time, I thought I needed to get things in order before I really made progress in prayer. I felt like I needed a lock-tight theological definition for what prayer was, an understanding of the different types and traditions of prayer (and when […]

Even as an adult, I love the back-to-school season. All the pretty journals, gel pens, colored highlighters, and the wonder of a new backpack fill me with expectation. As a new school year starts, I pull out my planner and begin filling it with the sense of normalcy the fall brings: carefully scheduled activities, fall […]

One day, I wake up before dawn. I start the day soaking in the Word while sipping my coffee. The next, I press snooze and get to bedtime without cracking open my Bible.  One day, I hear alarming news. I still praise God and trust him with what’s to come. The next, I find myself […]

A few weeks ago, my seven-year-old daughter turned to me during church and asked me what we were learning about God in the sermon. She was filling out the worksheet our children’s director had provided. I noticed the question on the form simply asked: What do we learn about God from this passage? So I […]

This article is part of our series on The Power of Words. Words have always had the power to create life or to create death. Just like sticks and stones can break our bones, words can also break our spirit and our communion with God and others. Our hope is that this series will encourage […]

I love a good science fiction sequel. One of my favorite things about sequels is when authors write a section of the book, a new book, or even a parallel sequel from a different character’s perspective. I find these fascinating and enriching. You learn so much more about the story’s main character, his personality, how […]

When I was in middle school, my friends and I had a celebrity crush. In addition to knowing all the lyrics to his songs, we also knew his birthday, his dog’s name, and his favorite candy (or so said the magazines). I know, I know—it’s embarrassing to say now. But I’m sharing this with you […]

Editor’s Note: Today’s article is all about setting perfection aside to meet with Jesus. This article is adapted from the Dear Mama devotional, which features 31 devotionals written by 25 gospel-centered moms. It is full of practical wisdom and helpful instruction for seeking after Jesus as you raise young disciples. We’ve got a special sale […]

When a Journal Seems Daunting Growing up, I was never really into journaling. I loved the concept of it and frequently bought notebooks and journals, but every journal piled up on my shelves and remained blank. I didn’t know what to write about, and I didn’t want a written record of my misplaced emotions, fits […]


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