Life - Faith
She had to remind herself to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
I love to pray for my friends at work, and I am encouraged to know my friends pray for me.
It is easy to see the obvious horror that came out of the Boston bombings, but what about the unseen tragedy?
Lately I’ve felt like every yes I give – even for good things, even for great things – is a “no” to my family, a “no” to sleep, a “no” to sanity.
There are times when I just need a bit of affirmation.
Giving up the familiar is sometimes necessary for God's best.
We had genuine needs, but we didn’t know how they would be met.
When I first met Judy, her husband Larry was ill with leukemia, and she had begun making mittens to help make ends meet. But it soon turned into so much more.
A spiritual heaviness had recently been lifted from me. The difference was in my countenance.
What happens when we really take the time to stop and look at our surroundings?
“Cinderella is proof that a pair of shoes can change your life!”
Waiting is one of the most difficult experiences in the world.
I did not know then how I could get here from there, but God knew that there was a reason for every step.
There are times when I realize the benefit of slowing myself to savor an experience.
I love it. I’m grateful for it. But I certainly didn’t deserve it.
Without my glasses many things seem beautiful, but everything is out of focus.
Thanksgiving is a great time for families and friends to gather and enjoy one anothers' company. Even more so, Thanksgiving is a profound time to pause and give thanks for the ways God has been faithful to us as a nation, and more specifically to us as His people.
I simply remember my favorite things, and then I don't feel so bad.
I thought I had messed up my opportunity, but God had better plans.
When there seems to be no way…