The “stuff” of life consumes us, confuses us, and clouds our perspective daily. We try to write the pages of our lives our way, but we end up with volumes of unnecessary rewrites. When we add the most important story ingredient daily, not legalistically, but with a dry, thirsty spirit, God enters, and changes us–and our story. We all need a divine appointment.
A Mother’s Day Tribute: How Can I Thank You, Mom?
How do you thank your mom? In this Mother’s Day Tribute and poem by Rebecca Barlow Jordan, “How Can I Thank You, Mom? Let Me Count the Ways,” she shares some of the memories of a mother’s love.
A Valentine’s Challenge: How Can We Mirror God’s Heart?
Do we…can we…mirror God’s heart? How can we reflect our Father God’s heart?
God Says You Are Beautiful – What Do You Say?
Why has Lauren Daigle’s song, You Say, topped the Billboard Christian charts for 62 weeks? Does God really think you are beautiful?
God, the Great Recycler
A remote village creates beauty out of recycled trash. God, the Great Recycler does the same thing.