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There Is a Better Question Than “What Would Jesus Do?”

There Is a Better Question Than What Would Jesus Do

A couple of decades ago, it was a popular trend to see people wearing wrist bands inscribed with “WWJD” Most of us recognize this popular acronym, which asked the question “what would Jesus do.” Sometimes, it seemed as though people treated this question as if… Continue Reading …

Helpful Tips on How to Make Decisions, Big and Small

Helpful Tips on How to Make Decisions, Big and Small

Every day you have to make many decisions, big and small. Some of them are life-changing events, while others aren’t as consequential. Having a good grasp of biblical decision-making is vital. I have for you a decision-making case study, and then a few practical guidelines… Continue Reading …

I Think I Married the Wrong Person; Please Help Me

It is easy to make a decision when things seem clear, and the future appears bright. With an optimistic heart, you decide on that thing, only to find out months or years later that maybe it was not wise to do what you did. What… Continue Reading …

The Necessity and Danger of Wise Risk-Taking: Testing Your Belief

Individuals who accomplish great things are willing to step into uncertainty rather than sitting back and doing nothing. Most people prefer certainty because their fear is more significant than their faith. People who are open to uncertainty not only walk on the moon but they… Continue Reading …

Guidelines for Making Decisions as a Couple in Partnership

Biblical decision-making is not that difficult if you are the only one making the decision. There are challenges, of course, but it’s much easier if you’re the only one affected by the decision. Once the number of contributors to the decision-making process increase, the more challenging it… Continue Reading …

Day 13 – Teen Devotion: Life Is Hard and Does Not Apologize

Day 13 - Teen Devotion_ Life Is Hard

Life is hard and does not apologize for what it gives you. In a word, it’s hard—on everybody. There are no exceptions to this rule, but you do have a choice. You can choose to resent how things are going for you, or you can… Continue Reading …

Day 24 – Teen Devotion: How to Make a Decision

Day 24 - Teen Devotion_ How to Make a Decision

When making decisions, you must be “in faith” about that decision, which is why the most critical question you will ever ask is, “Am I ‘in faith’ to (insert the thing you’re thinking about doing)?” I’m asking if you believe what you want to do… Continue Reading …

How to Make a Good Decision about Anything “In Faith”

When deciding anything, it is essential that you are “in faith” regarding that decision, which is why the most important question you will ever ask yourself when making a decision is, “Am I ‘in faith’ to (insert the thing you’re thinking about doing)?” You may… Continue Reading …

May I Change My Mind After Deciding Something?

You have made your decision in faith. At the time, it seemed like the right thing to do. Now you’re having second thoughts. Is it okay to change your mind?  You may want to read: How to Make a Decision About Anything Three Tips to… Continue Reading …