Hannah

Who are you playing for?

If we are Christians, we’re no longer representing ourselves, we’re representing Christ. It’s in the name. And how we live should reflect that. We no longer live for ourselves. We live to spread Christ’s love to the world.

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Our steadiness in life’s changes

There’s one thing that truly never changes — God never changes. His love for us never changes. Jesus’ sacrifice for our sins will never change — it will never not be enough.

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Tips from a grieving friend

“There are good days, there are bad days and there are really bad days. … Please just continue to love on me during these times when I’m not reciprocating.”

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Cherishing family holidays

Go into the family gatherings with positive emotions. If you go in feeling angry, jealous, hurt or upset, it likely isn’t going to get better. You’ll probably stay feeling that way throughout the entire meal or gathering.

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Social media, comparisons and envy

Struggling with envy is difficult. Living in envy is even more difficult. If you’re struggling with envy, I encourage you to take a look at how much time you’re spending on social media or thinking about things you’ve seen on social media.

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Learning to pray

Last week’s post by James was on prayer and it got me thinking — I think prayer is probably one of the things I struggle

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Following the rules

Last month, I wrote about the importance of going to church. And, after a year of not physically going to church and only watching online,

Read More

Who are you playing for?

If we are Christians, we’re no longer representing ourselves, we’re representing Christ. It’s in the name. And how we live should reflect that. We no longer live for ourselves. We live to spread Christ’s love to the world.

Read More

Our steadiness in life’s changes

There’s one thing that truly never changes — God never changes. His love for us never changes. Jesus’ sacrifice for our sins will never change — it will never not be enough.

Read More

Tips from a grieving friend

“There are good days, there are bad days and there are really bad days. … Please just continue to love on me during these times when I’m not reciprocating.”

Read More

Cherishing family holidays

Go into the family gatherings with positive emotions. If you go in feeling angry, jealous, hurt or upset, it likely isn’t going to get better. You’ll probably stay feeling that way throughout the entire meal or gathering.

Read More

Social media, comparisons and envy

Struggling with envy is difficult. Living in envy is even more difficult. If you’re struggling with envy, I encourage you to take a look at how much time you’re spending on social media or thinking about things you’ve seen on social media.

Read More

Learning to pray

Last week’s post by James was on prayer and it got me thinking — I think prayer is probably one of the things I struggle

Read More

Following the rules

Last month, I wrote about the importance of going to church. And, after a year of not physically going to church and only watching online,

Read More
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Who are you playing for?

If we are Christians, we’re no longer representing ourselves, we’re representing Christ. It’s in the name. And how we live should reflect that. We no longer live for ourselves. We live to spread Christ’s love to the world.

Read More »
Testimonies

Our steadiness in life’s changes

There’s one thing that truly never changes — God never changes. His love for us never changes. Jesus’ sacrifice for our sins will never change — it will never not be enough.

Read More »
Testimonies

Tips from a grieving friend

“There are good days, there are bad days and there are really bad days. … Please just continue to love on me during these times when I’m not reciprocating.”

Read More »
Testimonies

Cherishing family holidays

Go into the family gatherings with positive emotions. If you go in feeling angry, jealous, hurt or upset, it likely isn’t going to get better. You’ll probably stay feeling that way throughout the entire meal or gathering.

Read More »
Testimonies

Social media, comparisons and envy

Struggling with envy is difficult. Living in envy is even more difficult. If you’re struggling with envy, I encourage you to take a look at how much time you’re spending on social media or thinking about things you’ve seen on social media.

Read More »
Testimonies

Learning to pray

Last week’s post by James was on prayer and it got me thinking — I think prayer is probably one of the things I struggle

Read More »
Testimonies

Following the rules

Last month, I wrote about the importance of going to church. And, after a year of not physically going to church and only watching online,

Read More »