Losing someone to suicide is never easy. And let’s be honest, the grief of losing a loved one is enough without the guilt and mind games Satan tries to add in. Read more in this post by Heather Hart…
Grace and Truth Feature
Can shame be a good thing? With God, all things can be used for good! Find out how shame can bring you closer to God and make you a better person.
He is good, even when life is annoying, and especially when life is just plain hard. And when you take a moment to remember what He has done, gratitude will fill your heart.
God gave us all gifts to use to glorify and serve Him. Are you missing out or holding back because of a perception of inadequacy or your own insistence on only the best and brightest? In today’s Grace & Truth we’ll learn from the birds for a little motivation step out in faith.
Dig deep in prayer in this post by Jaime Hampton I found a lump in my breast. I actually had a dream the night before that I stepped out of the shower and looked in the mirror and my right breast was a strange shape. When I woke up, I jumped in the shower and […]
It started out like any other day… I hit the snooze button multiple times, then finally drug myself out of bed. I visited with my husband who had already been awake for over an hour, taken kids to cross country practice, made coffee, and who knows what else, and then went to wake up the […]
I am just wondering how much God will allow before we break. That is probably going to go down in the book titled “Things I Should Have Never Said”. That quote will go alongside other dangerous things that I have said or thought like, What else can go wrong?, I want Jesus over comfort, and How […]
“Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but […]
“Pray for us?” She asked so expectantly, detailing a little bit of what was going on in their lives. She said she asked because she knew I would. And she was right, but I still felt a little bit miffed. This was like the third person in just as many days who had done this. […]
I can always tell when my priorities are out of whack because life seems to be thrown into a downward spiral I just can’t seem to recover from. Everything seems totally out of control, and I feel like I’m working overtime, yet succeeding at nothing. Can you relate? There have been many times over the […]
Easter Sunday morning I lay on my back in bed, contemplating getting up, when Ruthie (our daughter’s half-tabby, half Siamese “hearing-aid” cat) came in. She got on the bed, and then, very surprisingly, got on me. She walked around, and started kneading, or softening me up, as cats sometimes do, and sat on my stomach, continuing […]
Hello happy readers, and welcome to Candidly Christian. Our blogging team is made up of women with real faith in Christ, living in the real world. My name is Heather Hart, I’m the founder of this website, and I asked each of our bloggers four questions to help you get to know us just a bit. But […]