Wrapped up in the cultural shift towards minimalism and simple living is the concept of mindfulness. It’s a buzzword receiving a lot of attention these days and for good...
Mark 1:35 mentions Jesus rising in early morning in order to pray in a solitary place. There is something special about these early hours, when the world is still asleep...
Linking spring cleaning to Jesus cleansing our sin makes sense to me—“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all...
In the last year, I’ve made these changes because I’ve realized the best way I can serve others is by taking care of my mind, body, and spirit.
Being overcommitted and beyond busy seems like a description of our lives these days and I’m wondering if there’s a better way.
Part of the small house phenomenon has to do with the idea of living a simpler, uncluttered life. But is that the only way to do it?
What is following your passion and is it just a fancy way of people getting out of putting in the hard work of chasing their dreams?
You know those people who seem generous by nature? They're the ones who give to beggars, go to friend's shows, and treat you to dessert just because.
Are you one of the fortunate few who have never endured heartache, loss, misery, loneliness, guilt, or shame? Me either.
In this article, Robyn Roste gives two simple steps to being comfortable in whatever situation life presents.