We are called to love one another as Christ has loved us and to forgive those who persecute us. But that's the thing about forgiveness. There’s so much beauty in its meaning but so much resistance in putting it into practice.
Facing addiction, alcoholism, grief, and despair, are journeys of the soul that must be faced alone. These journeys feel more like battles, but they open us to healing and to a deeper understanding of ourselves and our Creator than we'd ever know until we face them.
The loss of a loved one brings into sharp focus just how thin the veil between life and death truly is.
God's will is good and perfect because it is born of pure, abiding, unconditional love. When we exist in His perfect will, we rise above the world and all its temptations and pitfalls.
The 66 books of the Bible, written over 1,500 years, tell the story of God's unconditional and abiding love for humanity.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned during my recovery journey, it’s that there are no guarantees in this life.