Lessons from 9/11 still remind us that we will never be the same since that fateful day almost twenty years ago. But as we reflect on the anniversary of 9/11, here are at least ten simple, positive lessons we can still learn from this tragedy:
This year I wanted to share this Memorial Day Tribute with you again. Special prayers and blessings go to those of you whose friends, family members, or loved ones have given their lives for freedom. Feel free to share the names with us of those who died serving our country.
I hope you enjoy this fiction book review of Susan May Warren’s book, When I Fall in Love. Reading one of Susan’s books is like reading a painting by a skilled artist. She creates colorful word pictures, memorable plots, and feisty characters that draw you in until the end. I discovered her books a couple of years ago, and she quickly became one of my favorite Christian fiction authors. I was quickly hooked on her stories. Her newest books are part of the Christiansen Family series. Take a Chance on Me and It Had to Be You are others in her series.
“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.
El Elyon, our God Most High, when gusty winds are blowing around us, make our foundations strong. Rebuild our courage and strengthen our might when everything goes wrong.