I remember one family vacation where we went out to get food and I started getting frustrated. By the time we got back, I was angry and I don't like being angry. I actually can't remember why I was angry but I do remember walking back from the car to the hotel. I kind of... Continue Reading →
If the word "impossible" crosses your thoughts, then you probably aren't looking at God.
When I was in high school, I had a favorite pair of socks. As you can see from the image, they were long, dark blues ones that had light blue elephants. There was one day in particular during my senior year, where I decided I wanted to wear them but they weren't in my sock... Continue Reading →
It is the imperfections in the painting that let you know it is real.
When it comes to generosity, sometimes all that Jesus is asking us is 1. what do you have? and 2. are you willing to give it to me? While our 5 loaves and 2 fish may seem insignificant to the problems God has drawn our attentions to, God can use what we offer from a... Continue Reading →
When I was in middle school, I had a dream that I was in heaven. In the center was a table and on it was a map of the world. It was laid out like one of those pop-up diagrams that shows how water flows through the ecosystem. It had mountains, streams, valleys and buildings.... Continue Reading →
You will get through this. It is not a question of if.
My family has worked marathons for several years. Sometimes, in these races there are team leads who run the race, but not for a medal. They are there to encourage the runners on their team. Therefore, they actually run back-n-forth between their group throughout the race, to encourage different runners and sometimes they will stop... Continue Reading →
God still speaks to us today. He tells of us of His deep love for us in many ways: His Word, prayers, songs, friends, family, pets, etc. Therefore, I would love to hear your story "altars" where God has spoken to you uniquely. With your permission, I would like to share them here on this... Continue Reading →