The world is full of so much brokenness, but I can't seem to turn a deaf ear to the silver linings. There is more to the story.
There is a common misconception that suffering can be avoided, that doing good will prevent evil. This is not the case.
If you're lost in a dizzying swirl of emotions that accompanies an unexpected trial, here are three things you can do to focus your thoughts.
The midst of a trial can be a foggy place where rounding any corner sends a pierce straight to your heart. But it's not all dark.
Life is a collection of stopping or continuing. Whether you're being stretched from the inside or out, here's motivation to keep going.
Scripture is clear that trials unlike any other are coming, but why wouldn't God just skip over that part? Why should His children suffer?
Scripture is clear that trials unlike any other are coming, but you might not feel ready to face them. Here are seven ways to prepare.
It's fascinating to think that we will never see through another person's eyes or be able to hear their thoughts, but we can listen to their stories.
The best things often come by complete surprise, just like how these unexpected three and a half months bore life lessons.
For as long as I can remember, I've had a self-enforced rule that you never skip out on a church event, but here I was doing just that.
Wouldn't the world be a better place if there was no suffering or heartbreak? I beg to differ. Here's why.
While we may never know exactly why a trial occurs, we can rest assured that God does not allow pain without a purpose.
Everything happens for a reason. While we might not always know completely why, there are good reminders along the way.
There comes a season when you will grab hold of anything to explain your situation, only to realize that sometimes there is no logic.
Dear me: You are not happy with your life right now. This is not where you imagined yourself being a year ago.
To the one battling heartbreak, loss, anxiety, depression, or any other trial: this is for you, and this is for me.