Am I the only weirdo who asks, “What am I exactly supposed to be doing here anyway?” Or, “Is this really all life is, because it doesn’t feel very “unexplainable”, but rather predictable or dare I say, boring.” I know all of the pat answers: make the world a better place, glorify God, or tell […]
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Sometimes I wish biblical characters kept a diary. You know- wrote the date at the top of each entry so we could understand how much time passed between each unexplainable event. I never realized the events in the first twelve chapters of Acts occurred over a ten year period. I just assumed all of these […]
I love how the world acts like they have come up with something new and fantastic when, in reality, it’s something the Bible has said all along. Take this whole “call to action” thing. You need to create a call to action on your website. For ten bucks you can advertise your Facebook page a […]
Have you ever walked into your church foyer, seeing it swarming with people, and yet felt alone? Or perhaps attended a women’s event, had people smile and say, “Hello!” or even, “Cute dress!” yet felt invisible, sure that no one really saw you? In this world of constant connectivity, why do we find it so […]
My kids always try conning me into helping them with their homework. It’s not because they can’t do it, they simply want it done quickly. It’s like I have some sort of secret homework potion that makes it get finished faster. Maybe you feel like you need some help figuring out what it truly means […]
Acts of the Apostles really isn’t a very good name for the book of Acts. Maybe Acts of the Holy Spirit or Acts of the Church, but truly the apostles play a secondary role. Other than Peter and John, none of the others are hardly even mentioned. But the regular guys and a handful of […]
When our Lord looked at us, He saw not only what we were—He was faithful in seeing what we could become! He took away the curse of being and gave us the glorious blessing of becoming. —A.W. Tozer In only fifty days Peter becomes radically transformed. From being a man crouching in the shadows who […]
I couldn’t remember the last time I’d listened to a sermon about the person of the Holy Spirit. Because He is often unexplainable, we have a tendency to shy away from Him. I’d heard about His gifts. I’d heard about Pentecost. But while I felt like I knew a bit of Jesus’ personality, the Holy […]
Was privileged to write a guest blog post for Janet Thompson’s Woman To Woman Mentoring blog today. We discussed key strategies on how to foster greater unity within the church. Wanted to share it with all of you as well! Would love to hear your thoughts! http://womantowomanmentoring.com/2016/06/how-to-stand-against-cultural-opposition-disunity-in-the-church-by-erica-wiggenhorn/
Why is it that the last thing we ever do is pray? It’s as if prayer is not a tangible help or is nothing more than a meaningless afterthought. When we shun prayer, what we’re really doing is trying to achieve something on our own that is quantifiable and identifiable. As sensory-led humans, that makes […]
Have you ever felt restless in your spirit? Have you ever looked around and thought to yourself, “Surely there has to be more than this!” Have you ever been just plain bored with your life? I believe God often leads us to these places of barrenness because He is preparing us for a challenge. He is […]
I wonder what An Unexplainable Life might look like in the realm of our finances? A few months ago I had to clean out my mother’s house and move her into an assisted living home. While countless items were donated to a women’s shelter, I decided to keep less than a trunk load full of […]