Several weeks before COVID-19 appeared, God challenged me to write down things that are fear-based, yet generally aren't identified as fear. I made that list (though I'm sure there's more), and with fear plaguing our world more the corona virus, I see why God had me study it out! He doesn't want fear in any … Continue reading Identify the Fear Package
Our world addicted to busy. We live constantly on the go, flying here and flying there to accomplish a self-imposed to-do list. In the process, unfortunately, we put attending sports games over church attendance. We place vacation spending above tithing. We spend our time listening to the news rather than reading our Bibles. We give … Continue reading Too Busy for Jesus, Part 1
It’s easy for us to categorize Scripture to work for only one area of our lives. We say “my God shall supply all my needs” for paying our mortgage, but not for buying weekly groceries. We say “no plague shall come near our dwelling” when it comes to some exotic virus, but forget to apply … Continue reading Isaiah and The List
Considering the state of our culture, we potentially could have much to worry about. The economy is suffering, ISIS is on the rise, and political leadership is foundering. In our own personal lives, we have plenty of opportunities to fret over health, finances, relationships, and future security. Without a doubt, our minds could easily get … Continue reading Better Than the Birds
This is true for everyone, not just for moms! No matter our career - salesman, teacher, clerk, or janitor - we all need those moments with Jesus! Let's all make it our goal before the crazy kicks in!
Some days I feel sorry for God. Aside from His owning cattle on a thousand hills, walking on streets of gold, and having an angelic choir to sing to Him every day, He’s got a lot to think about. I think if He were human, He’d have a major melt-down. He presents His children with … Continue reading Humble Faith I