What does it look like to live in a world filled with so much uncertainty and the unknown? Join us in this 20-day devotional as we seek to navigate the complexities of this life with the light and wisdom of Christ.
Are you finding it difficult to know how and where to find true joy and peace in a world that’s increasingly fraught with anxiety? Join us in this 30-day devotional to find encouragement and ways to know what it looks like to stand firm in Christ amid trials and opposition.
Are you looking for practical wisdom for everyday living? Join us in this 30-day devotional that covers themes like true religion, true faith and true wisdom, and be inspired to grow in spiritual maturity and live your life wholly for Jesus.
Not placing an order at a pizzeria may have saved Kirk Alexander’s life. When Alexander, who’d been purchasing pizza almost daily since 2009, hadn’t placed an order in more than a week, the restaurant’s manager asked a delivery driver to go to the customer’s house and check on him.
On June 11, 2002, the singing competition American Idol debuted. Each week, hopefuls performed their own versions of popular songs, and the viewing audience voted on who advanced to the next round of the competition.As one of the panel judges on the show, Randy Jackson’s signature feedback was this zinger: “You made that song your own, dawg!” He lavished that praise when
YMI (which stands for Why Am I?), is a platform for Christian young people all over the world to ask questions about life and discover their true purpose. We are a community with different talents but the same desire to make sense of God’s life-changing word in our everyday lives.