The helmet had been damaged, but not destroyed. It saved the life of the one who wore it.
Like the renovation of the Sistine Chapel, God is doing a work of restoration in your life.
The next 180 days will come and go. How will you invest each one?
If there is work to be done, our passenger status requires that we roll up our sleeves.
Maybe there is someone in your life waiting to hear these words today.
We have only life to live, and only a few goals are worth pursuing.
Effective leaders can do more than diagnose the problem. They take the necessary steps to make the problem go away.
Win or lose, the people God has placed in your life need (and deserve) your loyalty.
She grew up thinking she was “just Sarah from West Virginia.”
Like happiness, mercy and kindness catches on. It’s up to us to fan the flame.
There may be battles, and more than a few close calls, but our victory is assured.
The worst advice that I have listened to over the years is my own.