“Since the first day you set your mind to gain understanding and humbled yourself before God, your words were heard…” Daniel 10:12 I believe the promises to people in the Bible are for all of us because God’s heart is in those promises and his heart is the same toward all of his children. God … More You Are Heard
This weekend’s service at my church began a new series titled Life, Money, Hope: God’s Way Works. I’m excited about this series because I’ve found that the Bible really does have the answers to every situation in our lives. God knew what we would need to navigate life. He didn’t randomly throw things together and … More Can You Admit the Truth?
Have you ever asked yourself that question? I don’t mean in a skeptical, it-won’t-do-anything kind of way. What I’m talking about is that deep searching of what prayer means. It’s not like God needs us to tell him what’s going on in our lives. He knows everything. And he knows what we need, so do … More Why Pray?
Last week I slipped out for a morning walk as the sun crept up into the morning sky. Birds called, lizards skittered across the sidewalk and a couple squirrels chased each other up and around a tree. A few blocks into my outing, the bright pink blossoms of an oleander bush brought a smile. I … More What’s Your Perspective?
I’ve read a lot about religion lately. The other day I remembered an orange button that adorned my leather purse when I was about sixteen. It claimed something like this: Jesus is about relationship, not religion. I recall when I saw it in a gift shop at youth camp, the concept grabbed my heart. It … More Religion vs. Relationship – Which Do You Have?
This post is my response comment on Diana Rasmussen’s site. My eleven year old son was on a field trip to a local amusement park with his class this past week. He was disturbed that while he and a friend waited in line for a ride, a male couple in line in front of him … More Homosexuality – How Do We Handle Other’s Choices?
Are we shouting “crucify him?” Finally, after decades of complaints, prayers, token support and watching “B” Christian movies barely funded and with the best intentions, but not always much in the way of acting, movie goers have been inundated with a plethora of positive cinema. All in this month before Easter. You’d think the Christian … More God’s Not Dead, but Maybe “Christianity” Should Be