Feeling stuck between a rock and a hard place? Read today's devotion.
Watch out for the crevice! .
Tonia was sitting in a jail cell, all alone, when she heard God whisper, "I'm here with you."
As you don your nation's emblems this week, consider how you came to freedom.
Not another cat story!! Yep. But this one’s different. It’s about the “only” cat I’ve ever loved.
But really... it is NOT my fault! #sorrynotsorry
If you've lost your joy and feel defeated, you need to know that with God on your side. This is a battle you can win. Here's how to stand up and fight again!
Simply looking at the consequences (or fearing them) isn’t enough. We need to trust the Holy Spirit’s provision. We need to understand how God enables us to win this battle.
What if there is a subtle slavery we submit ourselves to, every time we walk outside the laws of God?
Freedom is not what we've made it out to be.
If asked on the street, most would say they believe in and want freedom. But what is it exactly? Freedom means many things to different people.
We must walk in the kind of freedom Christ died for: freedom infused with holiness.
From an early age, we want to be free from rules, don’t we?
Do you know why there are no knock-knock jokes about freedom? It’s because freedom rings.
Embrace the freedom God’s law brings.
Freedom requires work on your part.
True freedom is choosing to be a servant of God.
Will things ever get better in this world?
Difficult moments are an opportunity.
The best things in this Christian life are, indeed, free.
He sets us free — truly! — and He sends us with the same mission.
If you are still struggling with bondage, let Him fully free you today.
Freedom for one must mean freedom for all.
When offended, we can choose how to respond.
How often have you locked yourself up in the chains of shame, fear, or pride?
We are called to live in the Spirit.
Do you have a stronghold in your life that seems like it can never be conquered?
Total freedom without boundaries leads to its own kind of prison.
Freedom: it’s an intentional thing.
Freedom: not our future hope, but our current reality.
Do you have a willing spirit to return to the truth again and again?
Our obedience to God is not compelled but is chosen.
Freedom doesn't mean “free to do as I please.”
As Jesus’ followers who freely receive, we should freely give.
Freedom is not free, and it is not to be taken lightly.
You have two choices: believe God or give into fear.
Do you feel like you can tell God ANYTHING?
We ought to keep our mind safe so the condition of the heart can be healthy.
Why do limits on our freedoms seem so hard to understand?
Are you truly free from the cycle of sin?
There’s always a cost in being set free.
Depression doesn't mean someone lacks faith. It just means they are human.