God uses relationships, finances, and our health to challenge our fears and draw us to the edge of our faith where the blessings await us.
Having faith in God in the midst of the storm of a spouse’s sexual betrayal and recovery requires more than belief in Jesus. It requires action.
A fairy tale about divine worthiness and being “enough” because the Father made us worthy by the Son.
When we understand the biblical definition of perfection is “mature in character”, we can stop pretending we have it all together and be vulnerable, allowing God to transform us into the image of Christ.
The scriptures provide a balanced view of grace so we can discern and master the deceiving or accusing lies about our spiritual position and condition before an all-knowing and all-seeing God.
Codependency or idolatry can only be overcome when we are willing to face the fact that we have put something other than God on the throne of our lives.
We grow in our knowledge of God not just by studying the Bible, but by engaging and connecting with God with our most vulnerable self.
Paul challenges the Colossians, and by extension us, to “bear fruit” not because we need to prove our worth to God, but because He already made us worthy with the Cross.
When we seek our self-worth from other people, we are often replicating a pattern from our childhood. God calls us to please him and seek our worth from him so we can be healed and whole.