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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
When my feet swung over the side of the bed this morning, they planted firmly on the ground, but everything felt shaky and uncertain. My circumstances swarmed around me like […]
Sometimes life can feel petty, paltry, and mundane. It often feels this way to me after an exciting vacation or, more commonly, following a busy season when life suddenly seems […]
For every coach, teacher, youth worker, children’s and youth pastor, and community volunteer…..this is for you. Thank you!
God brought me to an ugly truth about myself. He tenderly and mercifully revealed to me that I cared more about how others perceived me than how He did.
“Child, you will never be the woman I created you to be, if you continue to live in fear of rejection by others.”
If God orchestrated Himself descending down to earth to die at the exact moment in history when the Passover, First Fruits and Resurrection occurred in 3 consecutive days, don’t you think He can orchestrate your life?
I think we’re all feeling it. We’re looking around, watching the news and scratching our heads wondering, “What in the WORLD is happening in American politics?”. We get frustrated. Some […]
The smiling faces. The laughter. The “It’s so good to see you!” and the “You doing all right?” while patting me on the back and continuing to walk toward their […]
I’ve discovered a new way to pray: praying blessings. And it changes everything.
One of the hardest things about parenting is seeing yourself in your child’s behavior. Not the good things, but the behaviors you’d rather keep under wraps. This week I heard […]