Quiet time with the Lord matters. Spending time with Him—reading His Word and in prayer—enables us to draw close. Ultimately, it’s about relationship. God wants intimacy with us; he wants us to live the life he created us for, to walk in faith and obedience to his will. But how do we do that? In a world full of distractions, how can we learn to be still and draw close to God?
As spring approaches, thoughts turn to Easter. However, before the celebration comes sacrifice, and many people begin deciding whether they will give something up for Lent. Whether you were brought up in a church that practiced Lenten fasts or not, there’s a benefit there for all believers. Here’s a look into the meaning behind the “what” and “why’s” of Lent, along with some popular ideas of things to give up and Bible verses to encourage you along the way.
Declutter your home in just 30 days using the declutter-your-home checklist and printable from HowClever! The simple, daily tasks are designed to help you stay focused, not overwhelmed. With just a few minutes a day, you can begin to simplify your space and clear your mind. It’s a physical, emotional and spiritual discipline that creates order from the chaos. Ready to take the 30 Day Declutter Challenge?
Christian daily planners combine planning with purpose. In goal setting or daily tasks, you’re supported in keeping a daily focus on God. In this post, I’ve rounded up of a few of my favorites, along with some others that get rave reviews.
Resting in God’s sovereignty doesn’t always come natural. It’s easy to feel stressed or fearful in the midst of circumstances we can’t control. Here are 15 Bible verses to help you remember God is in control of all things, and His sovereign nature helps point us to peace.