How do you know God’s will or learn to “hear” Him speak? It’s a question everyone struggles with at some point in their relationship with the Lord and one that is a continual area of growth. Here’s a metaphor to explain it and a link for further biblical thought.
Isaiah prophesied during the life and reigns of four kings of Judah. Some of his predictions must have seemed completely insane. How can the truth of Isaiah’s words give us hope for God’s promises today?
I’m often asked, “How do I get my devotionals and poetry published?” The answer is bittersweet. It’s impossibly easy, excruciatingly simple. Check out five suggestions and a copyright trick.
Good communication is both an art and a science. The Apostle Paul gives an incredible demonstration of addressing his specific audience in Acts 26, using methods we can learn from today.
Need some rest? You can force your body to rest, even to relax, but how do you make you mind slow down? How do you control your emotions, guiding them in a positive direction? Check out what King David has to say on the matter.
Choosing a topic for a biblical fiction title isn’t as easy as it may seem. What kinds of questions guide my heart as I research a character…to decide if I want to begin REAL research?