When we’re worried, weary, or hurting, we need to know that God has our back; he loves and cares for us.
We need to evaluate how the pandemic has influenced the way we build relationships if we are going to move forward toward God's destiny for us and our friends.
We have dreams we want to see happen and visions we want to accomplish, but it takes a lot of energy to keep running toward them.
We can open our hearts up to him by listening, talking, turning, and committing to being close to him.
God wants us to both have our own happy and satisfying life and to help others have an opportunity for that life, too.
As we walk closely with God, he makes us great too, giving us the power to live remarkable lives.
We all experience feeling stuck at times, whether it be in hardships, relationship conflicts, failures that follow us wherever we go, or guilt that feels too big for us to carry on our own.
It helps to remember an important quality of Jesus — that he is always with us.
When we love vulnerability, we will open our hearts to God and others.
A lot of the problems we get into in life come because we are searching for love—often in all the wrong places.
God wants to give us the help we need, but we have to be willing to be vulnerable enough to ask him for it.
Vulnerability is usually not the first thing we associate with being strong, but the Bible tells us true strength actually comes from embracing our weaknesses.