Spiritual Growth

Day 26 | Nat Carrick

My story isn’t done yet. Yes, I’m divorced, sometimes a mess, and at times unsure on where I’m headed, BUT, I am different because the work that I do and the relationships that I have point to Christ at work in me.

Day 21 | Sharing Your Story

Your stories are the best way to be prepared to explain the hope that you have. Telling our stories is one of the most simple and powerful ways to share who God is and why we put our faith in Him. Whether it’s the story of how you came to follow Jesus, or of a way that God has helped you grow.

Day 19 | Mark Martens

After a while, I had accumulated a bunch of information, to the point that I could re-tell plenty of Bible stories, or debate miscellaneous points of doctrine. Yet without some way to share what I was learning, I felt a sort of “holy discontent.”

Day 17 | Dean Flory

The Bible is filled with broken people who whom at some point or another tried to cover up their brokenness. Yet it seems like the people who are the most broken, the most helpless, are the people God often uses the most.

Visible Ink

What if Paul had never written his New Testament letters? What if he had never shared all he had been through and how Jesus had changed him? What if we had no accounts of Peter’s denial of Jesus… only to be followed up by his radical restoration? Story matters. Your...

Day 7 | Knowing Your Story

You have a story… it’s a unique story, and your story matters. In fact, you’ve got lots of stories. Some have happy endings, and some aren’t as neat and tidy. Other stories are in process and still being written.
But they’re all yours. And your stories are meant to be shared.

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