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Friend of Sinners | Rich Wilkerson

He Is the Friend of Sinners

He Is the Friend of Sinners

He Is the Friend of Sinners A lot of people never come to know Jesus as the friend of sinners, and as a result, they live with a figurative stiff neck. There have certainly been times in my journey with Jesus when I’ve felt this way, and maybe you have too. We can find ourselves

How to Make Great Friends

Why is making friends so hard sometimes? I went through a season of my life where I felt like I had no friends. I had great relationships growing up, in college, and even in my post-college single days. However, after I transitioned to a stay-at-home mom and moved to the suburbs, I looked around and

Expect the Unexpected

Introduction Kirk and Ashleigh were in their late twenties and already knew the heartbreak of bad news. After three years of tests, procedures, and tears, they sat with the doctor as he explained that they would not be able to conceive. They had reached the end of their medical options. They would have to adjust

Helping Our Kids Build Godly Friendships

I’m not a helicopter mom, but I am a protective mom. I freely admit I shelter my kids. Not from everything, but from a lot of things – especially foolish friends. It’s odd but sometimes we talk about sheltering or protecting our kids as if that is a bad thing. But as I think back to

Everything is Better with a Friend

Does your family create a summer bucket list? My kids gave me a long list of things they want to do once school gets out. It includes going to the zoo, the park, museums, and the beach. They would like to make crafts, host play dates, and have sleepovers with their friends. These activities all

Friends With God

Editor’s Note: Billy Graham has spent a lifetime evangelizing those who don’t yet know Jesus, exhorting believers, and encouraging us to remember who He is and who we are in Him. Enjoy these two short devotionals from Dr. Graham’s devotional Our God of Comfort and Hope. There is a friend who sticks closer than a

Hopelifters Need Hopelifters, Too!

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing. — 1 Thessalonians 5:11 “How do you fill your pitcher?” I’ll never forget hearing the speaker’s words as she finished pouring water into several glasses and held up an empty pitcher. I could relate to feeling empty after pouring

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