Trust in the Wait | by Charles Stanley

Waiting on God stretches our trust in Him, especially when we are urgently longing for His intervention or guidance in a situation. From our earthly perspective and with our limited knowledge, it may seem as if He doesnt care, but that is far from the truth. God uses times of waiting to strengthen our trust... Read more

Vote, Pray, Wait: Faith Leaders Reassure Congregations, Call for Full Vote Count as Election Remains Uncertain

Vote, Pray, Wait: Faith Leaders Reassure Congregations, Call for Full Vote Count as Election Remains Uncertain (RNS) As the first polls began to close Tuesday (Nov. 3), the Rev. Cara Tanis logged off.Instead of obsessing over election returns as they trickled in throughout the night, she went for a walk.Tanis was joined by 50 to... Read more

The Season of Wait – Girlfriends in God – September 29, 2020

September 29, 2020The Season of WaitLisa Morrone, PTTodays TruthMy sheep hear my voice and they follow [obey] me (John 10:27, NIV).Friend to FriendBe still.HuhDo I have to?Honestly, I am not particularly fond of the word still. For a super productive doer like myself, the word conjures up images of idleness, passiveness, and inactivity. It just... Read more

What Do We Owe Each Other While We Wait for The Good Place? – Christ and Pop Culture

Hell is other people. At least thats what Jean-Paul Sarte argues in the play No Exit and what C. S. Lewis displays in The Great Divorce. Hell consists of people moving further and further away from each other because they cant get along. (And anyone on social media can get on board with that reasoning.)... Read more

Wait with Me by Jason Gaboury, Free for CAPC Members – Christ and Pop Culture

Wait with Me by Jason Gaboury is graciously available free to Christ and Pop Culture members until November 26, 2020, through our partnership with InterVarsity Press. During our current pandemic-induced distancing, most of us have experienced a shrinking of our social interactions. We are working, schooling, and worshiping from home. The bulk of our community... Read more

Trusting God as You Wait – Beloved Women – July 30, 2020

Trusting God as You Wait Beloved Women July 30, 2020READ: The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance. (2 Peter 3:9 ESV)TODAYS ENCOURAGEMENT: Todays verse comes from 2 Peter 3:9 and happens about thirty... Read more

Dont Wait to Engage with Black Stories – Christ and Pop Culture

Every other Tuesday inStoried,K. B. Hoyleexplores the ways our cultural narratives act on us individually and in society as a whole. I have for many years now considered myself woke while simultaneously avoiding the stories, artwork, and history of the Black community in America. Beyond the slavery narrative I learned in school and a handful... Read more

Why Does God Wait to Strike? – Daughters of Promise – May 29

WHY DOES GOD WAIT TO STRIKE?And they shall come back here in the fourth generation, for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet complete. Genesis 15:16If I had to pick one thing that has caused me to stumble over God, it would involve the question of why he waits so long to judge evil. Those... Read more

Whats Subsequent for Mayor Pete? Wait, Internet hosting Jimmy Kimmel Dwell? | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] Pete Buttigieg might now not be within the Democratic presidential race, however he nonetheless plans on staying busy by doing what most younger, up-and-coming political leaders do following an surprising rise in nationwide consciousness: visitor host a late-night present. The previous South Bend, Indiana mayor introduced on The As we speak Present... Read more