Category Archives: Christian Living

Blogs and articles about living a Christ-led life!

5 Signs That Love Has Changed You

We want to share with you a true love story. Not one about flowers or chocolate, but an against-all-odd love story between one American family and one orphaned girl from Uganda. It’s the story of Redeeming Ruth. Ruth’s Story My name is Meadow. Her name was Ruth. When I met Ruth, she was a sixteen-month-old child that Continue Reading

Should Christians Watch “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo”?

Q: This trend of tidying up and minimizing our possessions is really great, but while watching “Tidying Up” on Netflix, I got worried when Marie Kondo started telling the homeowners to greet their house, thank their objects, and tap their books to wake them up. I want to be careful that I’m not participating in Continue Reading

Uncluttering with Courtney Ellis – An Interview with Rose Publishing

Interview with Courtney Ellis, Author of Uncluttered

1.     What prompted you to write Uncluttered? Who are you trying to reach with Uncluttered?   I came to a place of feeling absolutely overwhelmed by the too muchness of my life: my stuff, my schedule, my constantly ringing-pinging-buzzing smart phone. After years of cramming more and more into my home and calendar, I’d come to a breaking point Continue Reading

5 Reasons to Let Go of Clutter in 2019

By Courtney Ellis – Author of Uncluttered A few years ago I was constantly on the edge of a panic attack, burdened by too many possessions, a bursting schedule, and constant digital connectedness. Today God is teaching me to enjoy him–and life–much more by having and doing less. What difference does seeking the virtue of Continue Reading

7 Ways Prayer Changes Things — And Changes You

It’s easy to misplace our focus on God during prayer on our wants and needs. How can we refocus our prayers on God’s will and on our own transformation to become more like Jesus? Let’s spend this week in our 30-Day Bible Reading Challenge and think about how prayer can not just change our circumstances, Continue Reading

Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?

Q: Should Christians Celebrate Halloween? A: Yes, but not like an unbeliever with dark and demonic symbols. Christians can truly celebrate believers who have died, for we know that “death has been swallowed up in victory” (1 Cor. 15:54). And, though our bodies die, our spirits dwell with Christ (Phil. 1:23) until he returns to Continue Reading

10 Myths About Suicide and How to Help a Suicidal Friend (World Suicide Prevention)

According to the CDC, suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S.–but did you know that more than half of those that die by suicide do not have known mental health disorders? Join us today as we explore what other common misconceptions about suicide and suicide prevention are and learn what Continue Reading

FREE 2 Ways to Build Character Devotional eChart

New Release Special For This Week Only! Get Rose’s NEW 100 Days of Character Devotional for Just $9.99 Experience the peace that comes from growing in integrity and character daily with Rose’s NEW! 100 Days of Character devotional. You already know that your character matters to God. But, what does “having character” really mean? How Continue Reading

5 Tips ANYONE Can Use to Share Their Testimony

You might not be an expert in theology, the Bible, doctrines, or apologetics, but you are an expert in what Jesus has done in your life! You are an expert in how Jesus has set you free. When you give your testimony, focus on the mighty river of God’s grace. When someone seeking faith or Continue Reading

What Does the Bible Say About Discipleship?

What is discipleship? A Definition of Disciple A disciple is a person who follows Jesus—to know Jesus and his teaching; to grow more like Jesus; and to go for Jesus, serving others and making new disciples. The Greek word disciple means “student” or “learner.” In New Testament times, a disciple entered into a master-apprentice relationship Continue Reading

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