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Remembering Billy Graham

Remembering Billy Graham

Billy Graham 1918–2018 I am convinced the greatest act of love we can ever perform for people is to tell them about God’s love for them in Christ. ~ Billy Graham It was September 14, 2001 — three days after the September 11 attacks robbed nearly three thousand people of their lives. A service of

The I-don’t-know is holy ground. Stay close to Jesus. Stick by His side and don’t let turn away in frustration. Good is happening!

Where Is My Happily Ever After?

Seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. — Matthew 6:33-34 I feel the most unsettled when I’m uncertain about the future. I suspect many

It would be easy to think that Billy Graham was just an extraordinary person. But, time and time again, God chooses to use ordinary people to represent Him to our searching world. People like all of us who believe in Him!

The Face of God’s Grace

  Saturdays with Billy is a book about one man.  Just one man.  Billy Graham, beloved servant of the Lord Jesus Christ.  One man whose life spanned decades and whose influence touched millions.  One man, friend to thousands, confidant to prime ministers, presidents, kings and queens. One man, often referred to as “America’s pastor”.  One

Are you suffering right now for Jesus? If so, then you are in great company! It’s no surprise for Christians to go through terrible troubles and trials. We should expect them and prepare for them. When we do, we can know that Jesus is worth it!

Subtle Suffering

  You may never be called upon to suffer physically because you are a believer in Jesus Christ. However, there is more to suffering than physical pain; there is more to persecution than being put in chains. If we are followers of Jesus Christ, who are not compromising with the sinful ways of the world,

Be Before You Do

  Too many followers of Jesus are chronically overextended and doing more for Jesus than their inner life with him can sustain. They have too much to do in too little time and say a default yes to requests and opportunities without carefully discerning God’s will. Overloaded and depleted constitute “normal” for their lives. *

: It’s so easy to get upset about God’s unfair grace at younger brothers when you’ve been a Christian for a long time. We have to remember to party! We have to remember to celebrate the amazing abundance of God and our outrageous inheritance! Our hearts are important. Let’s not let them get stingy and uptight!

Throw a Party

  The Father Throws Parties; Older Brothers Throw Fits Have you ever been in an argument with a family member or spouse when something slipped out that you never planned to say? Some people call this “word vomiting,” and as the term suggests, it usually isn’t a good or pleasant experience. However, it can be

Our Best Books for Family Week

Editor’s note: It’s Family Week at FaithGateway! Parenting, family, and marriage take work, yes, but there are no greater joys than in those precious relationships. We think they’re worthy of celebration! Here are some great titles we’ve curated for you to prioritize your favorite people. ~ Laurie McClure              

What Would Jesus Say on Social Media?

What Would Jesus Say on Social Media?

 If you play the fool and exalt yourself, or if you plan evil, clap your hand over your mouth! – Proverbs 30:32 Here it is, translated for social media: “If you are tempted to slam someone online or brag on Facebook or send off a nasty tweet, turn off the screen and walk away!” That’s it in a nutshell,

Are you happy in your marriage? No matter what the case is, you can strengthen it starting today! Dive in spiritually together! If you’re not in a church, start attending (even virtually). Find a way to give back to your community in service.

Spirituality in Your Marriage

  Anyone without a soul friend is like a body without a head. ~Celtic saying Robert Sternberg of Yale University studied romantic love long before it was fashionable among scholars. In his groundbreaking project he discovered love’s essential ingredients: passion, commitment, and intimacy.1 Passion is physical. Commitment is willful. And intimacy is emotional. Intimacy is

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