Great relationships thrive on little things: compliments, intentional caring behaviors, thoughtful deeds that say, “I love you!”
Carol Kent’s new book, Unquenchable, takes a hard look at the fiery struggles and trauma in the lives of believers who have walked through the painful, “but if not’s” of life. I hope you enjoy this book review.
“How does a young man in the prime of life deal with an incurable disease, loss of strength, the news that he cannot be a father, and the likelihood of a shortened life-span?”
Today’s guest post by Fran Sandin will challenge you to rethink your capabilities, refill your hope tank, and encourage you to discover God’s incredible plan that far exceeds anything you could hope or imagine. It’s not only a story of hope; it’s a testimony to God’s continual faithfulness.
Whether you classify your worry habits as “party cloudy,” or “stormy,” we’ve all dealt with worry in our lives. Today’s featured book drawing deals with that subject–and of the deeper issue of trusting God–one I like to emphasize often in my blogs.
Whether you’re writing, teaching, mothering, or gardening–no matter what the season, activity or occupation–these three keys will help you be more successful.