We all struggle with small things and major things. It can be health or finances, work issues or personal doubt, family or relationship problems. In my life, I’ve dealt with all these things.
Prayer is less about the answers and more about the most precious and treasured opportunity for me to talk with my Father.
If we want God’s joy in our lives, we need to pay attention to our thoughts, and choose to focus on Him.
We get to be generous with our encouragement to those around us because we serve a truly generous God.
Through a simple social media post, Josh reminds me to have a heart of gratitude, whether it be for big stuff or little stuff.
Every morning, I review a couple verses of the Bible in my head that have been big for me the last few years. They put everything in perspective for the day ahead, so I thought I’d share them with you.
Our world is filled with pressures: inflation, bills to be paid, decisions to be made, debt, disease, social media, divisions, and conflict. That’s just to name a few of our pressures.
Have you ever had a great story that you heard that you just couldn’t wait to share with someone, where you simply couldn’t wait to bring the good news?
The past year has been challenging for all of us, in one way or another. Whether it’s COVID-19, inflation, job stress, health issues, or a myriad of other concerns, without the hope of being in relationship to God, we are easily overwhelmed.
When you make a decision to follow Jesus, the line between being a “good human” and being a people pleaser becomes a little harder to differentiate.