As we walk through the process of repentance (conviction and confession), a veil is taken away and the light shines. We see God better, understand him more, and that joyful encounter transforms us. We emerge, free from guilt and regret, praising God, walking in the light of his presence, and a little more like him. By Diane McBeth
How does God want us to handle sin and regret? Sometimes I have felt caught between two unsatisfactory choices: saying sorry and moving on or feeling badly and being ineffective in ministry for a while after. Is there another way? Diane McBeth continues her series on prayer.
When grief comes to a friend, we sometimes avoid talking about it because nothing seems to measure up to the situation. Here are some ways to talk with our friends who grieve. By Diane McBeth.
"A wise Angolan pastor once asked me, “Why do white people cry alone?” Angolans know grief. They also know a side of grief that may be unfamiliar to us in North America. Diane McBeth continues her series on grief and consolation.
What can we expect with grief and what can we do about it? Varieties of grief mean varieties in pain. God also lifts us up in a variety of ways. Blog 2 in Diane McBeth's series on grief and Christ's consolation.