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When Little Is Big Enough

**Guest post and book giveaway from Little Women Big God author Debbie Wilson** Have you ever thought, When I have more spiritual knowledge and experience, then I’ll boldly live my faith? The biblical story of Rahab challenges that notion. Sometimes, those of us blessed with Bible knowledge are tempted to assess our faith by how much we know rather thanRead the Rest…


How to Be Strong when Life Wears You Down

“Be strong and courageous.” It isn’t a suggestion. In fact, it’s a command. From God. But what happens when you don’t feel all that strong. What if you’re flat-out tired… exhausted from seemingly constant challenges? Poor health, work, kids, marriage, even church can wear a body down. What then? God’s answer: “Be strong and courageous.”


Where Do You Find Satisfaction?

I felt famished. I’d skipped breakfast. Work had been so hectic; I had forgotten to eat lunch. By the time I got in the car for the forty-five minute commute home, I was starving. Too hungry to think about cooking, I picked up a couple of take-out pizzas and some bread sticks. Oh… the rich smells that filled the car:Read the Rest…


Hearing Jesus’s Voice in a Crowded World

“But he who enters by the door is the shepherd of the sheep. To him the gatekeeper opens. The sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. When he has brought out all his own, he goes before them, and the sheep follow him, for they know his voice.” John 10: 2-4Read the Rest…


Gaining Perspective

It is easy to let our priorities get out of whack. Too easy! Tell me if you can relate to this scenario: You love your family, your God and your Savior. You do. But spending time with them seems impossible. Your calendar and life are crammed from morning ’til night with things that have nothing to do with what youRead the Rest…


You Are Not Alone

She tried to hide the tears by looking out the window. Her little boy played cheerfully with the toy that came with his meal. But even at two years old, he knew something wasn’t right with his mom. Using a crumpled napkin, he clumsily patted at the tears on her cheeks.


Your Story Isn’t about You

Your story is not really about you; it’s about God. We are created in God’s image so that we might reflect and glorify HIM, not ourselves. Your story is simply a way for people to see God more clearly. Brothers, my heart’s desire and prayer to God for them is that they may be saved. For I bear them witnessRead the Rest…


Sick of Struggling?

Sharing our faith stories matters because we can’t “do it all” ourselves. It, meaning life. If you’re sick of struggling, stop trying to do life alone. Isolation makes matters worse. But when we share our struggles, we can grow and learn together. The goal isn’t to commiserate; it’s to help someone who is dealing with challenges similar to those you’ve faced.Read the Rest…


Behind the Scenes

You were allotted this time and the place you live so that you would have the opportunity to know God. Wow. Let that sink in. God gave you this time and day so you can find Him. He wants YOU to know Him. “The God who made the world and everything in it, being Lord of heaven and earth, does not liveRead the Rest…


Too Personal to Share?

Have you ever thought about calling it quits? Throwing in the towel? Walking away? Sure you have. We all have. Because the reality is: Life is hard. Parenting is difficult. Marriage can be a struggle. No matter where you are in the world today, it’s hard to find and keep a job. When you try to deal with problems and theRead the Rest…


In this little book, you'll find a huge, worthy message--sharing our faith stories show us that we have a place in God's epic story of the universe. Your story matters. ~LAURA ANDERSON KURK, author of Glass Girl and Perfect Glass