You can't get anymore happily ever after than this.
How not to freeze during opportunities to share the gospel.
If you're on Instagram (or pretty much any social media site) you've probably seen friends post a "favorite things" type of post or story. I've done that periodically on here but it's been a while. I was inspired to do one again by a friend's recent post of things she's loving. So here goes .…
If you can't spend your birthday in England, invite England to your birthday! Last Saturday was the beautiful birthday party (more appropriately called a garden party!) of my little sis, Meleah. She had the party of her dreams designed and executed by big sis, Lisa, with a little help from yours truly. (I timed my…
God is a patient teacher. He doesn’t grow weary of me when I grow weary, or become irritated with me when I’m irritated. His love and grace are constant even on my worst days.
Sometimes we're hit with horrendous and happy things simultaneously, and it's hard to know what to do with them. Do we rejoice with those who rejoice, or mourn with those who mourn? Yes.
John chapters 14-17 contain Jesus’s last words spoken to His disciples just before His crucifixion. It’s like His farewell speech to let His friends know how much He loved them. And get this—it wasn’t just the friends at His side He was addressing. These words of our Savior are also meant for YOU.
God made us human beings, not human doings. Which are you?
While I don’t know what you’re going through, I do know what it’s like to wish you were on a different path.
Battling Lyme Disease and its accompanying roller coaster of emotions was never part of my plan. But remembering what Christ suffered for my sake arouses in me feelings of awe and gratitude that soothe the festering wounds of hurt and fear.
We all have unfulfilled longings and questions in this life. Author Christine Hoover reminds us in her book "Searching For Spring" that there is beauty to be found even in the hard places.
Novels and nonsense. Happy Friday, folks!