How to have peace when it’s time to let go of your child’s hand today — to elementary school, middle school, high school or college.
I am called to be content, but content I am not. Too many desires. Too many wants. Too many dreams yet unmet.
Look hard and you will see His signs, God’s “road sign reminders” of His divine care for you. Uncanny evidences of His care and provision.
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.
Unemployed? Overwhelmed? Do you feel like your life has been leveled in some way? If life has been hard for too long, here’s a story that gives some insight into what God is up to when He allows His children to struggle.
Have you ever felt that you’ll never fit in? Have you stood at a window–palms pressed to glass–looking into the place where you want to be, seeing people there but knowing you don’t have access? Waiting for a door to open that seems forever locked?
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.
Gratitude (Joy) is a gift from God. It’s the secret to overcoming despair and depression.
Worship is a key component to living a victorious life in sync with God’s purpose and will. Worship is not just about singing songs on Sunday… it’s something you do with your entire life. Here is a video sharing thoughts about the mysterious impact of drawing near to God’s presence, and why it matters.