Crisis of Biblical IlliteracyMany of us see articles like this and feel guilty for not being able to add one more thing to our daily checklist - when it already feels so heavy. It's not news after all, and I know I definitely think about the fact that I'm not spending enough time with my Lord... Continue Reading →
Quality, not Quantity!
"The enemy wants to put guilt on us, so that we think only spending three minutes in God's Word or having a card with a Scripture verse pasted to a mirror is trivial and won't make a difference. But God knows where we are and delights in us. He loves that one little verse being... Continue Reading →