Emma Reynolds had everything she ever wanted. And then one Sunday afternoon, her life fell apart.
Love pauses to see the person first and asks what the most loving thing is to do. We cannot do that without the source of love: God.
What does a broken glass show us about the powerful love of God? Stonecroft Divisional Field Director Anne Schneider shares some thought-provoking insights.
Volunteers from Stonecroft’s Richmond, Virginia, hub share God’s life-changing love with women recovering from addictions and abuse.
Lori Bernethy thought about times she’d felt alone during past holiday seasons. Then God nudged her: “How about having a party for all those people who feel left out?”
Some news you need to know: Upcoming deadlines for Where Love Lives. A new role for Stonecroft staff member Jessica Leep Fick. New small group resources available soon. And more!
When we pray, we access the power of our risen Lord. The power of God was with Jesus here on earth, and it is available to us now.
We aren’t worthy because man says we are. We aren’t worthy because we may work hard or look good or experience success. All our worth rests on what God says about us.