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Welcome to a new blog series that reimagines promising films that fizzled. In this inaugural post, I’m offering some new plot twists and turns for Passengers.
As the founder of Simply Beautiful Style, Marilyn Wade is all about encouraging women to look and feel more beautiful. Check out her six tips for looking and feeling fabulous right now!
When life gives us sickness and despair and poverty and injustice, is God's presence enough? Wouldn't healing be better? Wouldn't a job or a house or a car be more useful?
I first heard Mariam Ibrahim’s story on KLOVE. This young Sudanese wife and mother was jailed in spring 2014 and faced a death sentence. Her crime?
There's nodding to give the appearance of listening and there's actually seeking to understand. Though many of us rely more on the former than the latter, how can we love someone and be uninterested in understanding them?
People get married for a variety of reasons–love, lust, financial security, companionship, societal approval, sex, children–but does anyone get married for joy?
Why do we sell ourselves short? When the status quo becomes acceptable–even desirable–we could be treading water to avoid exploring the open sea.
Some days, long before I've completed all the priorities on my to-do list, I find myself distracted by trifles. Does this happen to you?
Does it ever seem like there’s more apathy out there, swirling around, than love? It’s not too hard to understand why. Life is hard.
God created each of us with a PURPOSE (yes, in all caps). This isn’t a job title or a place on a family tree. This is an appointment, a calling.
Taking a meaningful stretch of time to rest and regroup may sound irresponsible, but the goal isn't to become a couch potato or shirk your responsibilities.
How to trust an invisible, inscrutable God?
Imagine a love. This love is bigger than your loneliness and heartbreak. It's more forgiving than your fears, your secrets, your shame, and your guilt.
We have no problem exercising our minds and bodies, so why not our souls?
Suspend your disbelief for a moment. What would you do with five minutes to talk to God and audibly hear his response?