This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up is called, Disappointments and Perspective, by Laura Rath, writer at Journey in Faith. It's a great reminder of what it means to trust God with our frustrations. I hope you'll take a moment to go and say hello and be encouraged as I was.Read More
The mortgage was due on 1st. It was the 3rd- and there sat the envelope on the front table, waiting to go in the mail. My heart sank. As a rule-following kind of girl, it really bothers me when I mess up like this. I expected a late payment would be incurred and that there would be a ding on my credit rating. I was upset with myself for forgetting to get the check in the mail before I left on vacation.Read More
This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link up is titled How to Have a More Peaceful Marriage, by Betsy DeCruz of Faith Spilling Over. I love her advice. I think she's spot on when it comes to how to have a more peaceful marriage. I hope you'll take a moment to go, read, and be encouraged as I was.Read More
Over the course of the year, my friend Melanie Redd and I have been writing articles about doctrine, theology, and significant Bible topics.
These articles have been carefully researched, prayed over, and shared with the hope that many people will want to dig in and learn more.Read More
Are you feeling the pressure from life lately? When we're facing those pressure point, it's not an easy place to be. But those times can also be some of the greatest gifts we have. They shape us and strengthen us. This week's featured post is called, When Life's Pressure Points are Some of the Greatest Gifts, by Stacey Pardoe. Her words blessed and encouraged me. I hope you'll take a moment to visit, say hello, and be encouraged as I was.Read More
The time and place was Germany after WWII. The church was divided and the hurt ran deep. In the year’s prior, Hitler had commanded all religious groups within the country to unite. It wasn’t a unity of the Spirit, however, that brought them together. Rather, the unity was forced upon them so Hitler could better control the churches.Read More
Do you ever just need a good pep talk? I do! That's what this week's featured post is. It's called, Dear Sister in the Mirror, by Boma, who writes at The April Journal. In this post, Boma shares some sweet encouragement to keep trusting in Jesus. I hope you'll pop over, say hello, and be encouraged as I was.Read More
She gave them to us almost every Sunday in church.
They were the coolest little pencil puzzle books. If you would turn your pencil to the side and brush it back and forth across the page, an image would “magically” appear.
My brother and I would enjoy page after page of these magic puzzle books, anticipating what images might be revealed.Read More
If you are a follower of Christ, here's something to think about. You didn't choose him. He chose you. The implication of that truth is deep. It means you have a purpose. This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link up is by Dianne Thornton, who writes at Sweeter than Honey. It's titled, Chosen On Purpose, FOR a Purpose. Her words encouraged me and I pray they'll encourage you as well!Read More