It’s Time to Pray! I’ve been holding onto this recorded video message for several weeks now, mostly because it’s an emotional message for me, as you will see if you watch the video. Although the events mentioned in the recording are from October, the message is all the more important today after the recent mass murders this week. “It’s Time to Pray” […]
There comes a time when you have to put your feet into rushing waters and cross the Jordan to get to the place that God has prepared for you.
Do you believe God has given you a special dream, one that seems impossibly far away? Has it been so hard to achieve that you are considering giving up, even though you believe God has called you to it? New Blog Series on God-inspired Dreams.
God’s been inspiring dreams—and taking them away—for centuries. But always for a very special reason.
And typically, before the story was done, God had a surprise twist in the end that changed everything.
This is why the Resurrection matters. Only in the Resurrection can we find hope in the face of grief. We find an end to senseless pain. We find the joy that is promised, a complete and never-ending joy that no one, no person or situation in life can ever take away.
I could feel grief rising in the back of my throat, and I wasn’t sure what it was about the scene that hurt me most. Was it the brokenness of a boy who longed to touch something beautiful and carefree, only to crush the life from it? Or was it the thought of how quickly something so lovely can die?
What do you desire, in the deepest, most sacred place of your heart, that you haven’t dared to ask God to grant you? Something so impossibly wonderful that you can’t bear to consider it as a reality for your life, and yet, that’s exactly what I want you to do.
I’m ready for a radical kind of life. But am I really?
Growing up as children of a single working mother, my sister Wendy and I shared a bedroom for most of our childhood years. In fact, we often shared the same bed. Except for a short time in high school when Mom was able to purchase a set of bunk beds, we drew an imaginary line […]