Join us as guest blogger, Erma Nurse-Williams writes inspirational words to encourage us through the remainder of the year.
In the last part of our interview, guest Vonnie Johnson talks gives thought-provoking final thoughts about the people she ministered to in Suriname, South America and inspires us as she reflects on some of the good things God is doing for her.
How did a child’s sudden illness lead to a trip onto the mission field? Join me for part 2 of my interview with Vonnie Johnson to find out!
It is officially spring in the most of the country and many singles are prayerful that this is their “season” to finally get the mate they are waiting on God to send to they can being life, travel or finally be whole. Is there any truth to those thoughts? Special guest Vonnie Johnson stops by to talk about these topics in part one of our interview.
Hey there BCU Fam! BlenCouragesU is excited to bring you our first guest blog post, in the person of Kristie Ward! In addition to being an advocate of children, Kristie is a wife, mom and beautiful woman of God. Read and be blessed! Spirituality There are a growing number of Americans in search of spirituality and enlightenment. The search has extended beyond traditional American belief systems. People are fully embracing spiritual practices from all over the world in daily life. Yoga studios have opened up in almost every city and the practice of yoga and meditation is often a regular part of physical education classes beginning in elementary school. The trouble is, we have invited practices into our lives without a full understanding of what it involves and how it is practiced in its eastern origin. Traditional yoga directly contradicts with biblical spirituality. As a Christian, being “spiritual” is having and walking in the Spirit of Christ on a daily basis. It’s not a temporary fix or a way to channel your positive energy. It’s …