Have you ever realized that who you want to be is far off from who you are? The moments of temptation in our lives can leave us the most vulnerable to pulling away from God. But in reality, those are the moments he's the closest to us. Are you listening close enough to hear him?
When do you pray—is it when you want something, when you're lost, or just in emergencies? We have the amazing opportunity to be able to talk to God in every situation, and when we remember the access we have to him through Jesus, it makes all the difference.
Even though we can't predict the future, we can prepare for it. And part of preparing means taking the practical steps so that we're ready when the unexpected happens. Winter is coming—are you ready for it?
We can stumble into the mess of our financial situation, but we can't stumble out of it. When we're intentional about our plan to manage our money wisely, we can start going after the life God wants for us.
We all want to live a life that is full. But what if we're keeping ourselves from experiencing that life in the way we handle our finances? When we look at money God's way, we can start to understand how to have a life that is abundant—even beyond our finances.
It's so easy to lose focus in our lives to shame, anxiety, anger, achievement, or anything else that may distract us. But we know that where we're focused is where we'll go in life, and when we focus on Jesus, we're focused on the truth about who we are. Where have you been focused this year?
What does your love look like? It can be hard to remember to love this time of year—especially when you're navigating extended family, the stress of the holiday season, and starting a new year. But how we love is the most important part. What will your love look like this year?
Talking about money can be stressful. But knowing where to start finding financial peace can help. No matter where you are when it comes to finances, there is hope. Are you ready to go after financial peace?