Spiritual disciplines are much like school supplies for life. Find out here how they are similar and different!
As we wrap up our series on “Family Priority,” would you join us in prayer for you and your family to grow in understanding of God’s design for families?
You have the opportunity to create a culture of inviting people! Here are a few tips for motivating your church to welcome other in with open arms.
Do you need a touch of God’s power? To experience the fullness of the Holy Spirit? God promised to fill His people if they humble themselves and ask.
Do you have the courage and strength to live wisely and obediently? Check out this week’s Dare to Ask God blog post!
We believe so strongly in prayer that we begin and end each day talking to God. We pray together as a couple. At work, our office is so committed to prayer that each weekday at 11am, we stop what we are doing and meet to pray.
Meet Kamal, who despite his upbringing found Christ in the mist of his pain through a Regional Conference. Do you have a testimony to share from a conference? Share it with us!
Do you have hidden spiritual gifts just waiting to be discovered? Check out these tips for digging deep and using the treasure God gave you. He entrusted you with a gift to help you share the Holy Spirit. Let's put that given talent to work.
Worrying can consume you, but at the end of the day get you nowhere. Do not worry anything, but instead pray about everything.
If you haven't already, now is a good time to stop, reflect, and make necessary adjustments so that 2018 can be the best year of your life. Here are eight questions to help set you up for a successful year!
Are you looking to go deeper in your intimacy with God, but struggling to find the right motivation? Consider these five simple steps to help you get back on track!
Al VomSteeg is the Senior International Director for ILI. In this podcast, Al describes “the hanger illustration"—a great way to introduce the foundational disciplines of prayer, scripture, and obedience.
Have you ever experienced a day when everything seemed to go wrong? Perhaps your tire went flat in the middle of the road and then it started raining. Perhaps your paycheck didn't stretch to the end of the month, and to make matters worse, unforeseen expenses added extreme pressure. Maybe you were hit with the dreadful “C-word” diagnosis — cancer. Every day we are hit with bad news, big or small, but some days it seems to pile up. How can we overcome days such as these?