Jesus knows about our worries and cares. He knows what it’s like to live in a fallen world. He knows all the things that keep mothers awake at night. He is a compassionate Savior. Here’s why moms can bring their worries to God’s throne of grace.Read More
At some point in our motherhood, we will experience it. We know that feeling of guilt when our children are hurt. We feel responsible. If motherhood were a job, we’d likely have fired ourselves by now. Here are seven good things to remember when you experience “mommy guilt.”Read More
Tim Keller stated: “If your god never disagrees with you, you might just be worshiping an idealized version of yourself.” It turns out that the gods people design in their minds think pretty much like the people themselves. Here are five ways people go about designing their own god to worship.Read More
Moms, you may be worshiping an idol right now without even realizing it. In “Idols of a Mother’s Heart,” author Christina Fox shares some helpful things moms can do to keep their focus on developing—and keeping—a godly heart.Read More
When my wife and I were engaged, I made it abundantly clear to her that nothing was going to come between me and my “heritage” of hunting and fishing. I was a total ungodly jerk. When we purposely trade God’s will for the desires of our flesh, we are essentially worshipping an idol. Which one? Us. Here are three steps you can take to get rid of the idols in your life.
Is minimalism actually all that great? Some people think it’s another form of idolatry where people just covet nicer things instead of lots of things. Here's why "stuff-forgetfulness" is better than minimalism for keeping our focus on what really matters.Read More