Related Blog articles

Would You Change the Past?
Recently, I've been reading and watching stories that deal with time travel. It hasn't been a...

What is this page?
The ministries in the Community organize information into 'topics' to help you find what you're looking for. Learn more

The Mistakes We Make For Love - #6795
After every "I want" should come four little words that mark the road to God's best. "It's up to Jesus." It's often our broken dreams and our messed up plans that turn our heart in God's direction. And that's where we finally find the love and the purpose that we were made for; that we've looked for our whole life.

The Spring Break Mistake - #6629
The very God whose plans for us we trash has made this stunning promise: "I will forgive their wickedness and will remember their sins no more" (Hebrews 8:12).

Something Better Than Leftovers - #6491
There's a tendency to let down on living so we won't have regrets, and won't have anything to fix, or repair, or hide. It's easy to let down at home. That's why we have to be careful to lead a blameless life. When we get home, we let down, we're careless because we think no one's watching. But the biblical priority is put on how you live at home.

While the Window's Open - #5767
When your child is ready to talk, you had better drop everything and listen then. The window won't be open for long. When your child is ready to be affectionate, you have got nothing more important to do than respond. When your son or daughter has time to be with you, you had better have time to be with them. The same applies to your mate, your parents, others that you love.

Godly sorrow - a Christian perspective
Paul writes in 2 Corinthians about the difference between Godly sorrow and worldly sorrow. He says that Godly sorrow brings repentance and salvation and doesn't leave us with regret, whereas worldly sorrow ultimately leads to death.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Declaring Your Independence - 8047
I heard about a tribe in Alaska where they believe that we all carry this backpack through life; and in it there are rocks. Every time we do something wrong, it puts another rock in our backpack, and you carry around the guilt and shame and the regrets and the consequences of all those things.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Regrets at the Top of the Mountain - #8048
Don’t sell your soul to succeed. You’ll be at the top of the mountain and you will absolutely hate it there.