Screams from the car’s backseat jolted author Frank Peretti as he drove his family. A bee buzzed around his allergic son. Gripping the steering wheel with one hand, Peretti snatched the bee with his other. After a moment, he released it.Continue Reading
Where do you need God’s provision? Do you need more time, energy, money, or talent?
My friend Sandi retired from work at the same time the prices of insulin shot up. One jumped to over a $900 copay for a three-month supply and the other to over $1000. The leap in prices and dip in income tempted her to fret.
But Sandi embraced this as a faith challenge. God knew her needs. How would He supply? Continue Reading
Everyone knows what it’s like to worry. Have you ever been fearful over what might happen—to you, your child, your spouse, your country, or your future? Many of my concerns fall into the “what if” category. Maybe you can relate to some I’ve felt or heard others mention.
What if I lose my job?
What if this is cancer?Continue Reading
How do we learn to walk in faith? Many of us can point to a fork in the road where we had to choose between faith, fear, or some other option. Horace Williams faced that fork as a young adult when a stroke took away the life he’d taken for granted. Like many who choose faith, he can now look back on that tragedy and see God’s mercy. I know you will enjoy and be challenged by his message today as we celebrate the release of his new book The Furnace of Affliction!
Are You Ready and Willing to Walk in Faith?
Do you remember the last time you were afraid? I mean, a time when you were truly terrified. I’m not referring to the last horror movie you watched. (I don’t watch them myself because I don’t enjoy the idea of scaring myself to death!) No, I’m more interested in the time when you let fear paralyze you from doing something you were called to do—a moment when you allowed fear to interfere with your walk in faith.Continue Reading