Grow

Here are some resources resources to help you grow in your relationships: your relationship with God, with others, and with yourself.

Are You Willing to 'Waste' Your Life? Extravagant Love For Jesus Looks to Some Like A Waste

Are You Willing to 'Waste' Your Life? Extravagant Love For Jesus Looks to Some Like A Waste

We pour out our love, our time, our energy, our money--in other words, our worship--on what we treasure most. And when we see others worshiping what we consider less valuable, we view it as a waste. Are you willing to pour out your all for the love of Jesus?

10 Ideas: Reflecting the Fruit of the Spirit

10 Ideas: Reflecting the Fruit of the Spirit

As creatures of habit, we tend to go through life on autopilot. We often miss clues that indicated that our spirit is not enjoying the good health that God created it for. What are some signs of the Spirit producing good fruit in our lives?

The Soul Search:

The Soul Search:

Our souls thirst for "something more" in life. Read author and speaker Josh McDowell's story about how his search resulted in finding happiness and meaning in Jesus Christ.

“There is within every soul a thirst for happiness and meaning.”-Thomas Aquinas

Beth Moore: The Hairbrush

Beth Moore: The Hairbrush

In this video, speaker and author Beth Moore shares an experience she had when God showed His love through her in a powerful way to help and encourage another person.

Opening Up is Worth the Risk

Opening Up is Worth the Risk

Life is too short to live on the surface, especially with those we trust.

Learn Together as a Couple

Learn Together as a Couple

"Mark and I came from very different upbringings. This made for very different perspectives about many aspects of family life. It’s also set the stage for conflict..." What are some ways to work through conflict and grow closer together?

Video: "A Chat with God"

Video:

Is prayer really just a simple conversation with God?

Change Your Expectations

Change Your Expectations

"We are so incompatible!" We tend to think this in frustration about our spouses. What is the root of this thought, and is there a way to change it?

Do You Love Your Now?

Do You Love Your Now?

"I'll be happy when we don't have to buy any more diapers." At one time or another, I've said every one of these kind of statements in my 29 years of mothering. They were honest longings that I spoke when life felt a bit overwhelming...

Learning to Pray for Your Kids

Learning to Pray for Your Kids

As parents, we walk over hills and through valleys of life as our children grow up, but we don't ever have to walk alone.