Use encouraging verses to provide comfort, hope and strength for situations when words are simply not enough.
A supermarket’s ‘Aisle of Shame’ inspired me to create a scripture calendar to help encourage others to memorize, reflect and be transformed by scripture.
Learn about the writer of this beloved and powerful Easter hymn.
Sheila Puckett is making the Bible relevant, fun and exciting to the next generation of believers.
Instead of sending a text or email, consider picking up your pen and sending someone an encouraging note (they will thank you).
Five simple ways to shed your spiritual fat and exercise your faith more.
As 2022 unfolds, I’m looking forward to what God is going to show me and my family through an unexpected word choice.
Read Proverbs 29 Today was a rare occasion where I got to do SOAP (scripture, observation, application & prayer) with all three girls at once (yay!). The overall application from the girls was that when we start to feel angry, we should pause and take some deep breaths so we don’t act like fools.
Read Proverbs 28 I’d like to dedicate today’s Proverb to my dear in-laws. I am blown away daily by their strong work ethic and the big and small ways they help our family. They are part of our “village,” and our family is so grateful. Thank you MIL and Daddy! (Is this how you stay…
Read Proverbs 26 Usually our oldest sleeps in, but one morning she was up early, and we talked about how this verse is going to guide her well through the junior high years (!) Personally, I’ve had to relearn this verse over and over again. Gossip is an easy trap to fall into and once…