The Second Coming of Christ is the capstone, the crowning point of Jesus’ life and ministry, the point toward which all history is moving.
Truths that impact your wardrobe: ownership (my body belongs to God), lordship (Jesus is Lord over all), and citizenship (I belong to a different Kingdom).
How can I know what’s "modest"? "What do you think about bathing suits?" Read Nancy’s answers to these questions and more.
Do you ever struggle to get anything out of a sermon? Read practical suggestions on how to prepare your heart before you even go to church.
Our world tells us that physical beauty is what matters most. What does God say?
We need a fresh visitation of the Spirit in revival when these fifty evidences characterize our life.
Here are some practical ways to maintain sexual purity.
Do you want to live a life of significance? Let Mary of Nazareth teach you how.
Practical cautions for Christian women to help safeguard our hearts and the marriages of the men around us.
Nancy provides five questions to ask as you evaluate your wardrobe, seven choices to make, and six blessings to experience as a result.
Take this "love test," a spiritual inventory based on 1 Corinthians 13, to determine specific areas of need in your life.
Flattery and exaggeration don't seem harmful, but God desires truth in our innermost parts. Examine your life and relationships.
God expects His children to be characterized by these actions.
Nancy contrasts characteristics of proud, unbroken people who are resistant to the call of God on their lives with the qualities of revived, humble people.
Walk through 2 Peter 1:5-7 to apply and personalize some important qualities in your life.
Developing the habit of thankfulness may require some practice! Here are some suggestions for devoting one week to practicing thankfulness.
These questions will help you determine whether or not you are a proud person.
Don't know where to start when you study your Bible? Get some ideas from Nancy.
Help your children develop a huge vision of God by reading the biographies of these men and women of the faith.
Men respond to the question: How can women affirm and encourage them to express godly masculinity in the home and church?