We beg God for an answer, but all we hear is silence. The sad truth is that, by now, we are used to it. “Does He even hear me?”
Our weaknesses can make us feel too insignificant to do something for Jesus. But we don’t have to be perfect to be used to bring Him glory.
Our world is fundamentally broken. Evil, pain, and suffering are everywhere we look. Everyone is shaped by these harsh realities. How can a good God be over all this brokenness? How do Christians live their lives in these troubled times?
As a ministry, we could not run if we did not have such dedicated and servant-hearted staff members. Each member has such a deep love for you, and we believe that the Lord brings each member to our team. If you would like to join a team of like-minded young women who are passionate about serving and encouraging others, please consider applying!
“Do roses quite die when left to themselves?” At its very core, The Secret Garden is a story about a group of deeply hurting individuals—all with very different ways of coping. But the story doesn’t leave them there. Perhaps our story doesn’t leave us there, either.
Amy Carmichael, an Irish missionary woman, had come to India to share the gospel. She left us a rich legacy of a life of service. There are a multitude of lessons we can glean from her life, and today I want to share three with you.
Do you feel as though you’re battling your emotions? Many of us are fighting our feelings, trying to win peace, hope, or stability, daily. When the tears won’t stop or the nervousness won’t go away, we may start to believe the lie that we’re losing.
It’s one thing to talk about others, it’s another to talk about your own experience. We should tell other’s stories, but yours is a story worth sharing. Other people’s stories are powerful, but yours has a different power.
What does it mean to guard my mind? If our mind is so important, how can we be good stewards of it? How do we use it for God’s glory?
Taking a leap of faith can be scary. You don’t know if you will succeed or fail. God asks us to trust Him and open the door He’s shown you.