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Word Before World

You walk into the kitchen rubbing your eyes, realizing that 6:00 a.m. sounded a lot better last night when you planned your early morning. You make a cup of coffee and grab a cozy blanket. After all, that’s what you’ve seen those women on Instagram do. Monday seemed like a good day to begin your […]

The Bible is anything but boring. The first time I read through it 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.  I’ll never forget the moment I finished reading the Old Testament […]

This article is adapted from Kristen Wetherell’s new book, Help for the Hungry Soul.   Why Don’t I Read My Bible? You know the scenario: you’re reading through a Bible passage, only to find your thoughts wandering to that work project you have to finish or that recent debate you heard online (which causes you […]

Our Michigan-based family loves summer (No more snow! The lake! Hiking! Berry picking! Sunshine!). But to avoid the dreaded “summer slide,” I purchased some school-related activity books for my children last year. As I made that optimistic purchase, I failed to realize that in the upheaval of our regular routines, we would only crack the […]

I stood at my kitchen sink as tears of frustration burst from my eyes. I was overstimulated, overtired, and overwhelmed. Between sobs I whispered, “I can’t do this anymore.” I was too weak to keep up with the never-ending stream of demands, no matter how simple they were. As the chaos continued around me, I […]

This article is part of our How to Study the Bible Series. Read the other articles in the series here: “Fight the Battle to Read Your Bible” by Kristie Anyabwile “When Bible Study Feels Impossible”  by Brittany Allen “How Often Should I Study the Bible?” by Ashley Chesnut “Why Journaling the Word is Worth It”  by […]

It’s likely you’ve heard or read some of the shinier parts of Romans, those straightforward verses that carry the truth of the gospel with clarity. Verses like, “But God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom. 5:8). Or, “For the wages of sin is death, […]

This article is part of our How to Study the Bible Series. Read the other articles in the series here: “When Bible Study Feels Impossible”  by Brittany Allen “How Often Should I Study the Bible?” by Ashley Chesnut “How to Get in God’s Word Every Day”  by Ann Swindell “Why Journaling the Word is Worth […]

“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 […]

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 […]


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