Plan for Your Exodus

I’m a planner. I’m comfortable with spontaneity, but only if there’s no chance of disaster if something doesn’t go well! I’m most comfortable with thinking ahead and creating a plan so everyone knows what they’re doing when. I enjoy making a list of things to do, checking them off, and seeing everything fall into place. … Continue reading Plan for Your Exodus

Filters

There are many kinds of filters in the world today. There are filters for oil, air, water, light, and lint. Some filters save our lives from exposure to harmful chemicals, while others are simply to separate textures while cooking. Regardless of what they’re used for, they are useful and many times necessary. Believe it or … Continue reading Filters

The Power of Love and Forgiveness

Throughout our lives, we will have many opportunities to hold hard feelings against someone. Friends, family, or strangers may slander our name, deceitfully deal with us, or even physically harm us. Our first instinct is to go on the defense and become bitter. We would love to see those people pay for what they did. … Continue reading The Power of Love and Forgiveness

God’s Cookie Plate

When you go to a special event or someone’s home for dinner, it’s not unusual to for a plate of cookies to be present. Cookies are a crowd’s favorite. They may come in all sorts of shapes and sizes—some with frosting, sprinkles, or chocolate chips. Regardless of their flavor, they’re sure to disappear. They’re just … Continue reading God’s Cookie Plate

Nothing Without Him

I recently read an article about a young woman who broke the world record for hurdling. Pictures in the article show her crying and kneeling afterward, moved by her accomplishment. But what I love the most is that in the following interviews, she gave all the glory to God, acknowledging that her achievement was based … Continue reading Nothing Without Him