All of us experience brokenness at some point in our lives. It is a shared moment in time when we never feel more alone. Continue reading Broken Arrow
Where is God Taking Me? God’s ways confuse me sometimes. Do they confuse you, too? I start questioning God’s methods when I clearly see a better way. Why does God take the long way around? I see point A to point B quite clearly. Why can’t He? Fibro fog is one of the most debilitating … Continue reading Questioning God’s Methods
Where does Jesus go when everything seems dark? Continue reading Where is Jesus?
Jesus plants a seed. Like my bothersome trees, your spiritual gifts are not meant to be hidden. Continue reading Jesus Plants a Seed
Where Did I leave the Armor of God? How often do we try to show Jesus our pious side? The one we think He prefers to see? He asks us to be real and authentic, yet we give Him the brushed up version of who we are. Without wearing the armor of God, we trick … Continue reading The Armor of God?
Each school year is a new beginning. Let Christ be the leader. Continue reading Beginning of the School Year Prayer
THE WINDS The other day I was driving home on the interstate and without warning, the winds began to push my car to the left. It felt like someone was poking the side of my car and forcing me to move into the other lane. Then they started to howl. I looked up and saw … Continue reading Jesus in the Storm
Most of my life I have felt the sting of the dark and the warmth of the light. It has always been directly related to the times I was facing the SON or turned away from Him. I can look back and see the dotted path I lived. Some of my biggest regrets are when … Continue reading Are We Waiting on Jesus, or is He Waiting on Us?
There is nothing that we go through that Jesus would not understand. Continue reading Whatever You Feel, Jesus Felt it First
So much is competing for our attention, and we have precious little time to share our thoughts. Who are you allowing in right now- the enemy or God? Continue reading Who Are You Inviting Over For Coffee: The enemy or God?