VIDEO: 3 Timely Encouragements for the Proverbs 31 Woman

VIDEO: 3 Timely Encouragements for the Proverbs 31 Woman

What are you struggling with today? Don’t be shy, it’s okay—we all have something we’re wrestling with.

Maybe you feel like Ann Voskamp in her blog post Light-hearted, where she says, “I wake heavy, a heart swollen with responsibilities, hurts, failures. The weight pushes me down into the mattress, smothering. I seriously consider it: surrendering. What if, just for today, I pull the covers over my head, a larger-than-life white flag of defeat. I just don’t think I can unpack another day; not today.”

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How to Grow When You’re In a Spiritual Slump

How to Grow When You're In a Spiritual Slump

Every morning before work, I go to the gym. I challenge myself physically because I want to be stronger and healthier. When I know what I can handle in the gym, I’m more confident that I can handle other physical challenges. The time and effort is worth the results.

But sometimes when I go to the gym regularly, I still don’t see improvement. I keep trying to grow, but I can’t, because I’ve hit a plateau.

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How to Effectively Mend Any Damaged Relationship

How to Effectively Mend Any Damaged Relationship

Parts of this article originally appeared on the Faithlife blog.

While the world tells us vengeance can repay, Christians believe only forgiveness can heal deep relational wounds. Scripture tells us to confess our faults to one another (James 5:16), seek reconciliation (Matthew 5:23-24), and forgive (Ephesians 4:32).

But mending damaged relationships is hard. Asking for forgiveness is tough, and nobody actually likes to apologize.

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7 Practical Ways to Start Praying as a Family

7 Practical Ways to Start Praying as a Family

This article was curated from the Vyrso blog, a site dedicated to providing the best and latest content from today’s Christian authors.

If you don’t plan prayer time with your family, it probably isn’t going to happen. Work, friends, school, sports, and other good things constantly distract you from life’s most important things like prayer and family bonding. Instead of falling into your regular routines this week, look for practical opportunities to introduce family prayer into each day.

Not sure where to start? Here are seven practical ways to start praying as a family.

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7 Verses to Bring Hope to Those Who Are Hurting

7 Bible Verses to Bring Hope to Those Who Are Hurting

The Bible doesn’t promise us that life is easy. It can be hard, and sometimes even crisis strikes. But as students of the Word, we have somewhere to turn for strength, courage, hope, and peace.

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14 Encouraging Truths to Inspire Your Bible Study

15 Encouraging Truths to Inspire Your Bible Study

Quotes are powerful strings of words and can can be an amazing way to bring new life to your Bible study. And since one of our top priorities is to help you engage with the Word, we put together a list of our 14 most encouraging quotes on Bible study from amazing theologians and thought leaders. You’ll love reading quotes from Jerry Bridges, John Bunyan, John Calvin, Martin Luther, D.L. Moody, J.I. Packer, Theodore Roosevelt, and many more.

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Introducing Logos Cloud

Introducing Logos Cloud

We’ve been working hard on Logos Bible Software for over 20 years, crafting the best tools for serious Bible study. Logos Cloud’s mission is to put Logos into the hands of everyone who is passionate about the Bible. It’s powerful, affordable, subscription-based Bible study at your fingertips.

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