I’ll never forget the day we sold our mini-van. It was the weirdest thing. I couldn’t wait to get rid of it, the mom-van decorated with college bumper stickers. But when the day finally came, I felt a deep sadness creep into my soul. Selling it closed the end of an era of our family.… Read More Identity in Christ
Can you see her? [in the spirit world] Freckles sprinkled across her nose, two braids loosely woven messy. Her helmet too big And sword covered in fingerprints. A tattered tutu. A hole in her tights. But this ballerina is a warrior. The enemy slithers to her side hissing his favorite slander…. “God does not love… Read More Spiritual Warfare Weapons [7 Scriptures]
Have you wondered if our obsession with health and body image is . . . healthy?
She always had good intentions. She loved to make lists, and it’s proven that goals drive us to success, or at least they give us reason to try, so she’d pull out paper and pen and ink six resolutions for the new year. Funny thing was, they often were the same as the year before.… Read More The Best Goal for 2018
He was old. And tired. But the Holy Spirit directed him to come. She was old. And tired. But she never left the Temple. At eighty-four, she had spent most for her life widowed, night and day worshiping and fasting. They were saints. Prophets. Not known by many. But known by God and used by… Read More The Rest of the Christmas Story: The Part You Play