This book (see below) is great for anyone, but I consider it an especially powerful message for teens who battle with their self-worth. Carri uses humor to correlate her own personal experiences to biblical principles and Bible characters, showing how much God loves us and has a plan for each of his children.
Meet my friend, Karen Ehman. I first met Karen was when we moved to our third church. She was a neighbor and a teen. I saw her zeal for life, her sharp mind, and her great sense of humor (as in this video);
Mike and Marilyn share how they found a personal relationship with Christ. Nav Encore Mike invests in man to man relationships. Why? Because this has been God’s purpose for Mike his first days of teaching. Mike was a math teacher, so you can see why God thought it was only natural to give him […]
One of the main themes of our website is learning to suffer disappointments in a godly manner. The book I am reviewing here, “The Red Sea Rules” by Robert J. Morgan, gave me 10 strategies on how to endure suffering, that I would like to share. They are drawn from the story of Israel’s walking through the Red Sea. I will […]
Prayer is Who I Am Matthew 7:7: “Ask and it will be given to you, seek and you will find, and knock and it will be opened up to you.” The Concept That Revolutionized My Prayer Life I love to pray. Years ago my prayer life was enhanced by completing a workbook by Henry Blackaby called Experiencing […]