Have you seen the movie Tomorrowland? There’s a scene in the movie where a character reminds her father of something he’s said to her all her life. There are two wolves who are always fighting. One is darkness and despair. The other is light and hope. The question is: which wolf wins? The answer? The … Continue reading What Are You Feeding?
Not too long ago, I was having a rough day. Things were just not going the way I planned or wanted. I had gotten an email rejecting me for something that I had applied for and I was feeling like I wasn’t good enough. I was struggling with feeling like I was failing our children … Continue reading DIME
You know how I mentioned last time what it’s like to experience some aspect of who God is for ourselves? To have read about it in the Bible and known it intellectually, but then to actually experience Him being that to you makes it REAL to you. You understand it better and not just with … Continue reading The Gift of the Holy Spirit
I love to read and I’ve found an online community of people who also love to read and we all love to gush over the great books we’ve read or are reading. We also love to gush over the romances found in the books we read and over the book heroes we find in them. … Continue reading The Great I Am
God is so good. That phrase has been on repeat in my brain recently. But it’s not because everything is great. It’s not because I’m feeling on top of the world and like all is right. I’ve been struggling. I’ve felt overwhelmed. I’ve felt down. I’ve felt sad. BUT even in the midst of those … Continue reading Blessings in Disguise
We just recently started Priscilla Shirer’s Armor of God study with the ladies at our church and the timing has been perfect—it has served as a much needed reminder at this time when everyone is panicking over and bemoaning the election. People claiming one candidate or the other is the answer we need and the … Continue reading The Real Struggle
Why do bad things happen? That’s a question that many of us desperately want an answer to, but we often don’t like the possible reasons that bad things happen so we don’t allow ourselves to think that there could actually be a reason. We’d rather believe there isn’t one. But the reality is, there are … Continue reading Where Was God When I Was Hurt?