Hope is the daily ingredient we all need to thrive and there’s one place hope can consistently be found. In today’s blog, Ann discusses our need for hope, how difficult life can be without it, and shares insights and practical steps that challenge us to harvest hope each and every day.
“Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.” 2 Timothy 2:15 Before learning to study God’s Word for myself, my knowledge and understanding of the Bible relied solely on sermons, devotions, and the beliefs and explanations of friends and family.
In a world full of distractions and unlimited temptations, we often struggle to maintain our faithfulness and preserve our character. In today’s devotion, Ann discusses the importance of safeguarding our integrity, and she offers five important steps to help us do just that!
Do you have confidence when you pray? Do you believe God is listening –– do you believe He cares? In today’s conversation, Ann shares her prayer for a friend, her heart for prayer and encourages us to join her in prayer.
In a world full of noise and worldly advice, how can we maintain a positive, courageous focus? In today’s Blog, Ann discusses the importance of courageously choosing to maintain an attitude of thanksgiving, and she offers three important steps that help us do just that!
If someone had told me ten years ago I would be speaking in front of large groups, writing a book and leading a ministry, I would have laughed out loud like Sarah did when God told her she would conceive and bear a child at age 90. But that’s exactly what God had in store for me and that’s exactly
What are you hoping for today? Hope is a choice, a perspective we must choose –– even when life is difficult. In today’s blog, Ann shares several courageous steps you can take to find and maintain your hope.
By: Ann White How often do you read the Bible? Do you set aside time each day to read the Bible or do the distractions of everyday life interfere with the attention you give to God’s Word? As a new Christian, I realized the Bible was an important book to own, but a book I knew very little about.
By: Ann White Temptation is a part of life. It’s wanting something you know is harmful, being enticed by a temporary pleasure, or falling prey to an overpowering want, need, or desire. God never promised we wouldn’t be tempted – As a matter of fact, He speaks of temptation often and tells us to watch and pray so we might
By: Ann White I’ve heard it said, “It’s none of your business what someone else thinks of you.” While I agree with this statement to a point, I do believe we have a responsibility as Christians to be concerned about how others view us. “A good name is better than fine perfume….” Ecclesiastes 7:1 (NIV) Paul speaks to this