After making a string of comments about certain aspects of my life I felt God whisper over my heart, “I cannot fully open up what I am trying to do if you refuse to fully accept where you actually are.”
“To the measure of the fullness of God.”
Just jogging around Ephesians the other day and had a thought. The author of this letter to the church of Ephesus has so many great things to say, and I’m kind of sitting with a couple of sections: In chapter
Ever notice the similarity between patience and patients? Yes, they sound alike. (They are homophones! Yeah English class!) But I more mean their connection. While we are always capable of being a patient, we don’t really consider ourselves as a
Scrapbooking with the Lord
Have I ever told you guys that I scrapbook? If someone asked me what my “hobby” or “pastime” was, I guess that would be it. Early on I had boxes of different kinds of paper, stickers and about a million
Great points from fun conversations.
For the release of “As Far As It Depends On You,” we set up some online conversations and I wanted to share a few things that were mentioned. You know how I get when someone says something that sticks with
“Why do you stand there looking into the sky?”
I have shared before about how I love the question posed to the women that arrived at the empty tomb, “Why do you look for the living among the dead?” (Luke 24) That simple question reminds me to be mindful
I don’t know how to work anymore.
I just need to acknowledge something because I really can’t imagine I’m alone. I am overwhelmed and forgetting so many things. I half kidding/half seriously reached out to a friend that is educated and trained in working with patients in