Lyrical. Whimsical. Beautiful. Timeless. These are the words that come to mind about When God Made You by Matthew Paul Turner and illustrated by David Catrow.
You hope. You pray. You wait. You see others getting results, but for you nothing happens.
I was a mom who struggled, worried, and fretted. Recent events in our community and the nightly news made me paranoid about the safety of my daughter. I wanted her placed in a bubble of protection that included her staying in our home as much as possible. In the midst of this paranoia, I had an alarm system installed in our home, a few anxiety attacks at the thought of something happening to my girl, and constant thoughts played out in my head… What if…?
Walk through the gospels beside women serving Jesus with no reservations to what the world might think. These women will inspire, encourage, and remind you of what living for Christ looks like.
I was so focused on my own troubles, I never thought about the struggles of those I was sharing the road with. Could that be how we too often lead our lives?
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My own reflection and prayer on this Psalm, led to the discovery I am not humble enough in my life. I thought I was, but that was the lie Satan wanted me to believe.
The central characters of Ruth prove love is best expressed in actions rather than words. This is a characteristic of God we frequently see. He does not like to just say He loves us; He shows us His love.
I have some exciting news to share with you all! The Morning Challenge is now in paperback form! The eBook version is still available, but the perks of buying this Bible study as a paperback are making me smile from ear to ear! What do I mean by perks? As a paperback, this now becomes … Continue reading Exciting News About The Morning Challenge!
Has anyone tried to get you to quit? When I was in college, I wanted to graduate as quickly as possible. I had taken college courses in high school. I did not join a sorority or athletic team. And I took more than the required number of credit hours each semester. Why did I do … Continue reading Do. Not. Quit.