This is not a political issue. It is a public health issue. A medical issue caught in the crosshairs of our society. But is it also being used very effectively as a divide and conquer strategy of the enemy’s design? Hmmm…think about that for a minute.
The bible tells us that we can be fruitful in old age. Thank God! But let’s not want to wait that long.
My sister doesn’t have any trouble smiling. She is sweet and joyful in the simple things. Keep reading to find a few new tips to help you keep smiling.
Life can be hard sometimes. Everyone’s trail is different and relative. For me, it might be caregiving challenges. For you, it might be raising four children still in single digits. Either way, we go through it every day. But the thought of enduring life isn’t the outlook we should have.
I participate in a writing link-up most weeks. If you subscribe to this blog, you already know that. When I thought about the writing prompt for this week, nothing bubbled up. The word People is the one-word prompt meant to get me thinking and writing. I came up...
Do you ever find yourself thinking your prayers are worth God’s time?
I am part of the sandwich generation. While writing this article, I discovered there are three different kinds of sandwiches. Really, It’s a thing. The Traditional, the Club, and the Open-Faced Sandwich. I’m of the traditional variety, with some spicy mustard.
How should I share God’s Word? That is a question I struggled with for many months. During that time, I just stopped altogether. Yup, I did. Ephesians 4:11-12 And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for...
It had been 97 days between hugs, but yesterday we decided it had been long enough. And with both of us masked, Mom and I squeezed each other tightly. It was oh so nice. Some may think it ridiculous, being so careful for so long. I say, thank God, Mom is here to hug.
In chapter 15 of the Gospel of John, Jesus assures us of His love. He calls us friends and, most importantly, says He chose us and gave us a purpose in life. (John 15:16)