Hope for the Hurting, Fearful-to-Trust Woman in the Faithfulness of God

Hope for the Hurting, Fearful-to-Trust Woman in the Faithfulness of God

When we are broken and hurt by others, how can we reconcile that? After the pain we have felt, why should we risk giving such a precious gift away again? And what about God? How is He trustworthy?

Friend, we can learn to trust both God and others again. There is hope for restoration. But first, we must straighten our theology.

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Hope for the Indecisive in the Sufficiency of Scripture

Hope for the Indecisive in the Sufficiency of Scripture

Life presents a multitude of decisions to make: Who to marry, should I marry, what school do I attend, what degree do I take, what career do I pursue, should I accept that job, where do I live, which house do I buy, which church do I attend, which ministries should I be involved in, when should I have children… the lists goes on.

As believers, we want to make decisions that honour God. But how do we do that? Friend, I want to encourage you by saying Scripture is sufficient for any decision you need to make.

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Hope for Perfectionist in Progressive Sanctification

Hope for Perfectionist in Progressive Sanctification

Perfectionism paints a pretty, promising picture for us of the picture perfect life. It tells us if we hold to the standard of perfection, then our lives will be perfect. Our hearts will be at rest and our minds will be at peace. In reality, perfectionism leaves us exhausted, frustrated, anxious, and hopeless.

Friend, let me tell you the better standard Scripture sets. Let me show you how believing the theology I preached and studied totally changed my anxious, angry, perfectionistic heart.

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