Helping children walk through life’s ups and downs is key to developing their emotional intelligence—which is crucial in their preparation for their active roles in society, family, and in the Church.
Want to survive the current crisis and be ready to shine in the next? Read why taking a year to prioritize seeking Jesus is an excellent move.
In these extraordinary times, teens need connection with God and with each other more than ever. Isaac Bennett shares his passion for sending teens to summer camp.
Perhaps now more than ever, we must guard ourselves, and our children, from falling into isolation. Why is this important? Because the Lord God made us for relationships! And not just relationships through a computer screen or phone, but rich, vibrant, in-person relationships.
As believers, we have the privilege of bringing the gospel to those who haven't heard—whether they be in our communities or another part of our world. You carry the hope that the world needs! Andy Byrd of The Send shares his heart.
In the darkness of this side of our existence where evil and affliction prevail, we must see ourselves as citizens of the Holy City, whose builder and maker is God.
The heart behind the voice of the prophetic (or prophecy) is the voice of a Father; a good Father.
How different would we live our Christian life if Jesus were physically beside us? How would our prayers sound? What would our worship be like?
The solitude we need is not simply being alone, but being alone with God.
The One who appeared as a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night can still calm the weary heart and racing mind with just a whisper.
This is our gift as sons and daughters—that we have the privilege of connecting with Holy Spirit every day of our lives to know the true and never-changing heart of God.
Our end goal is that people would grow in treasuring His Word, enjoying prayer, and loving His return.
The Father in heaven wants desperately to see His children functioning as a true family.
We are a privileged people in this generation to experience ministry in the context of daily prayer with worship.
I was struck yet again with the power and beauty of a people gathered at three o’clock in the morning to worship the Lord and minister to Him.
It’s one of the most powerful encounters I’ve ever had. . . I haven’t actually lived the same since.
There’s a blessing in seeing believers from across the Body of Christ united in praise and worship.
We’re going to be coming together as a group of people and actually wait on the Lord; we want the Holy Spirit to lead these three, four days.
What if the Lord is slowing us down, causing us to focus on what matters most—the kingdom, reign, and glory of His Son?
King David longed for many things, but he understood the truth of where success and value would be found.
What would God do if we really came together in unity of heart—with one purpose and one focus and one vision? What would God show us? What would He speak?
When God’s not speaking is often because you’re in a time of testing and maturing, which is the preparation for your transition into another season.
We are past the hours of just having a nice conference. God is doing something here. God is saying something here. He’s releasing something here that I believe is important for you.
What if God interrupted our plans? What if the Holy Spirit took over? What if we lavished our affection and attention on Him above all other concerns?