Several years ago, my husband and I took an awe-inspiring trip to Alaska, compliments of some very loving people. Here are ten lessons from God’s creation and from Alaska that God showed me–about God’s character and ours.
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The term late bloomer took on an enlarged meaning for me last year. In early winter, I noticed that the butterfly bush in our simple, backyard perennial garden had really blossomed and grown. And I kept seeing a lone yellow butterfly fluttering around it, pausing every now and then to taste of the plant’s sweet nectar.
≅ In the hustle of leaving for vacation, some forget to pack one of the most important things: prayer. Prayer can make a difference anytime, including when we’re traveling. Here are five things to remember–five ways prayer can make a difference on your vacation this year:
Here is a prayer for fathers and grandfathers: to bless you for every good work and every act of love you have ever offered on behalf of the ones you love. If you are Dad or Granddad, you are deserving of blessing and honor for who you are and for all you do, no matter what your age, single or married.
Finding God in the Outdoors can involve private sanctuaries, only in a different way than what you might think.