Let Go of Your Leaves

May 26, 2021
By Focus on the Family

Weather patterns around the globe have been a little off-kilter. One noticeable effect is that deciduous trees with short-lived leaves (think maples) didn’t all faithfully shed their foliage over the […]

But God…

April 28, 2021
By Angie Witman

We have seen so many changes in this past year, and it’s hard to wrap our minds around this “new normal.” Simply put, we have our pre-COVID lives and our […]

Lament

February 28, 2021
By Katie Stabbert

This past year with the pandemic, being quarantined, and social and political unrest, we often struggle to make sense of daily life. As believers, we read 1 Thessalonians 5:18, which […]

How to Weather Soul Drought

November 30, 2020
By Focus on the Family

In northern India, the gap between winter snowmelt and springtime glacier melt makes agriculture almost impossible. The paradox? There’s not a shortage of water, but the water isn’t available at […]

Resignation or Relinquishment

September 1, 2020
By Focus on the Family

Despite all you’ve tried, all the hours on your knees, circumstances haven’t changed. You’re discouraged. Anxious. Restless. Distrustful. And the question facing you, if you stand any chance of making […]

A Different Christmas

November 25, 2019
By Katie Retzner

On a chilly December day many years ago, we took our young children to see a living nativity.  The nativity included a number of sheep, a donkey, and people dressed […]

The Art of Grieving

February 4, 2019
By Lisa Day

Dr. Lisa Day, one of the hosts of The Clinical Christian podcast, discusses her upcoming book The Art of Grieving. We discuss the statement, “I can’t believe” and how that […]