How to Have Peace {Bible Reading Plan}

  What do you think of when you think of peace? Is it ten minutes of silence with no children pulling at your pant leg or screaming at one another? (Oh, I remember those days. They will pass, I promise.) Is it a life with no drama or problems? (Well, that may never pass, I … Continue reading “How to Have Peace {Bible Reading Plan}”

If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Not Happy? (A Study on Joy)

      Do you compare yourself to your friend who seems too happy all. the. time? Do you find yourself questioning, “Why am I not happy?! I’m a Christian! Where’s the joy?” Well, my friends, join the “struggling for joy crowd.” We all have our days, weeks, months, and years when joy seems unattainable. … Continue reading “If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Not Happy? (A Study on Joy)”

The Fruit of the Spirit: What is True Love?

Love. It’s a word that stirs up different images and feelings for each of us. A word defined by culture. I think our grandparents or great-grandparents would define it differently than we. But what is true love? According to an article on the site Life, Hope, and Truth, by Eddie Foster,  “Love” has been horribly abused … Continue reading “The Fruit of the Spirit: What is True Love?”

Bible Reading Plan on “Called” #BiteofBread

My voice lacks volume. It’s like it’s turned down, and I can’t adjust the knob, not much anyway. Some days it’s worse than others. When my kids were little, I could never yell loud enough for my sons to hear me call them back into the house for supper. After three or four attempts I’d … Continue reading “Bible Reading Plan on “Called” #BiteofBread”

Living in Grace #BiteofBread

  He will keep you strong to the end, so that you will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. God, who has called you into fellowship with his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, is faithful (1 Cor. 1:8,9). What words jump out at you as you read the verses above? Strong? … Continue reading “Living in Grace #BiteofBread”

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