The Faith-Inspired Books We Loved in 2017, and What We Will Read in 2018

We asked our contributors to tell us their favorite faith-inspired book read in 2017 and what they look forward to reading in 2018, so we could share the book love with you. We would love to hear your recommendations in the comments! The Books We Loved Britney Bradley: The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology…

Free Printable: Psalm 1:1-3

As we begin this new year we wanted to remind you of the value of wisdom and where it comes from. To do so, Sarah Dohman has created this beautiful printable for you to provide inspiration!   Grab your free printable of Psalm 1:1-3 here.

Thriving in Grace

I have started to love the concept of thriving in daily life. Maybe because it has become a bit of a buzz word on social media – but I am ok with buzz words sometimes. I think there is value in making the very most of our time, talents, and ability to glorify God in…

Leaving Behind Consumerist Thriving

What exactly is a good life? How can I find it? No matter where you come from, this is a question everyone finds themselves trying to answer. It is also the source of the myriad of products, remedies, and regimens that bombard any kind of social media platform. Take this. Eat this  Use this. Try…

Thriving in Change and Uncertainty

I’ve been struggling to thrive lately, pulled in every direction by life’s constant changes. I’m thankful and content one minute, then discontent or afraid the next as I remember all the unknowns and ‘what ifs’ of the new year ahead. Meanwhile, I keep thinking of the apostle Paul – a man who’d been through shipwrecks,…

God Makes Me Thrive

Author: Karly Grant January is an interesting time of year. Honestly for me, it is often a difficult time. It is a time when people look back at the past year and forward for what they hope. For those that make resolutions, often it’s a time when they make the same ones as the year…

What it Means to Thrive

After a year of what has felt like surviving one crisis or complication after another, I’ve found myself asking what it would look like to Thrive in 2018. I have said to myself, “If I can just get past this [insert bad thing here], then I can thrive.” My favorite definition of thrive is: “to…

Thriving in God’s Assurance

Author: Linda L. Kruschke My favorite of all the apostles is John, “the disciple whom Jesus loved.” Some people give him a bad rap for calling himself that, saying it’s arrogant. I disagree. I don’t believe this title for himself is any indication he thought he was the only one. Rather, I believe it reveals how…

Thrive!

Author: Kimberley Mulder Thrive is such an invigorating, exciting word, bursting with promise and exuberance! Within it is abundance, life, fullness, robustness, and joy. We all want to thrive. If it could be bottled and sold it would make billions. The self-help industry has tried, but thriving is not for sale. Thriving is not owned…

Risking It All

Two years ago, the founder of this blog, Chara, challenged a bunch of us gals to think and pray over a word for our year. She read about #oneword365 and wanted to set the tone for an entire year by settling upon just that, one word. The first year I participated, my word was “Yes.”…