Turning on the newscast can be overwhelming at times as evil is rampant. It is all around us, but that’s why we need to “turn on” creation.
Today in our journey through the New Testament, we begin the book of Romans. The entire book is a letter from the apostle Paul to the Christian church in Rome.
William Carey once made the statement, “Attempt great things for God, expect great things from God.” That's exactly what we'll learn on this episode of Sincerely Yours.
A communicator of hope and believer in a gracious God, Ellen Graf-Martin wants women to take courage and to choose faith.
Things wouldn’t be so bad if hard times came with an attached summary of “the things you will learn as a result of this storm.”
Some believe that the Bible teaches the superiority of men, but that isn't how God created us and it isn't how Jesus treated women himself.
As we’re looking into Acts chapter 27, we discover the prisoner, Paul, being transported to Rome on board a ship - a “ship of this world on its voyage to eternity.”
By setting benchmarks throughout you will have moments where you can celebrate moving towards your big goal without feeling bad for not reaching it yet.
Canadian soprano, Measha Brueggergosman, about her inspiring vulnerability even at the risk of backlash, specifically within the Christian community.
In Acts chapter 26, we find Paul, a prisoner, continuing his address before the king and a host of assembled dignitaries.
On this episode of Hugs From Heaven, hear this history of this daring headwear and find a timeless fashion tip from Romans to leave a lasting impression.
Explore on this episode of Sincerely Yours and see what guidance Acts chapter 26 has for us in this devotional podcast.
On January 3rd, 1956, a handful of missionaries fathered at their base in the Ecuadorian jungle and sang one of their favorite hymns, "We Rest on Thee."
In those moments when peace is fleeting and you’re desperate for courage, you can be confident of one thing. Explore on this episode of the Sincerely Yours podcast.
Whomever composed the poem featured in this Hugs From Heaven episode certainly captured the dis-ease of many of us at this time of year.
Author Denis Waitley says, “There is no such thing as a future decision. You face only present decisions that will affect what will happen in the future.”
This Sincerely Yours devotional is all about how to enjoy a life not shadowed in condemnation, just like Paul in our reading for today.
In this episode of Sincerely Yours, learn why when you are so totally full of the light of God’s love, hatred simply has no place in our hearts.