Have you ever wondered if you could hear from God how that might change things in your life? Maybe you’ve listened to people who say “I heard God say…” and thought they were deluded, misguided, bragging, or fanatical? Who actually hears God? Everyone. Yep. You read that correctly. Everyone can hear God. Because he speaks … More What If You Could Hear God?
Two men approached Jesus. They were both wealthy. They were both important figures in society with places of high position. One was named as a young ruler, the other’s name was Zacchaeus. I know, not a common name today. But stay with me. When Jesus came to town, the ruler sought him out to ask … More The Tale of Two Men
HOPE. Life will never look exactly the same again. This season in our world has been one of: fear uncertainty questions opinions contradictions frustrations accusations loss grief weariness isolation and excitement. Wait. What was that last word? Excitement? How can anyone be excited in this season? Because in the midst of all this, God’s plans … More What the World Needs Now
Isolate – to set or place apart; detach or separate so as to be alone. We may have to be isolated, but we don’t have to think of it as isolation. With technology, we can still connect with friends and family. We aren’t alone. When we go take walks or a drive in our 1991 … More Isolation or Hibernation?
I love that everyone is connecting so much on social media, through webinars, and email. We were created for community. After all, when God created us, he said “Let us make man in our image.” He was God in three persons: God the Father, Jesus God’s Son, and the Holy Spirit so why wouldn’t he/they … More Is It Too Soon?
Everyone has their own perspective… (Sara) Snippets of memories flashed. Bedroom exploits that had left her in tears. Rude comments and innuendos that confused her. And Brad’s many disappearances without explanation over the past six years of their marriage. Too numerous in these last few months to count anymore. They bombarded her with a sudden … More The Many Sides of Tragedy