Read: 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 I have been seeing a kinesiologist for a little over a month. In simplest terms, his job is to observe how my body moves to identify problem areas. For instance, he identifies when one muscle is not doing… Read More
We have all the time we need. What happens when we have enough time for others? What happens when others have enough time for us? Recently my daughter, Emily, shared with me what it meant to her for someone to share with… Read More
I am sure you have all heard the expression FOMO. If not, it is an acronym for “fear of missing out.” You know, those times when you are with friends and you really have to use the bathroom but you don’t want… Read More
Don’t take anything personally. Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim… Read More
Today as you prepare for Sunday, take a few minutes to listen to this faith affirming song. It truly is Christ alone! He is a person who will not disappoint!
Read: Romans 15:13 God is our source of hope, and when we trust in him, we will be filled with joy and peace. Then confident hope will be ours in abundance through the work of the Holy Spirit. Hope doesn’t mean the… Read More
Read Nehemiah 5:19; 6:1-3, 14 What do you do when you face an adversary? Or when an adversary wants to meet with you? Do you have a strategic plan? Nehemiah did. Continually throughout the story, Nehemiah responded to criticism, taunts, intimidation and… Read More
The first day of a new week! A beautiful time to dedicate to the Lord. So wherever you find yourself today, set some time aside to see life in a new way and give thanks to him for all his goodness to… Read More
Even those who lived in the first century wanted to know who Jesus’ was. But Jesus’ answer often seemed vague and veiled. Read: John 10:22-33 This encounter occurred near the end of Jesus’ life. The people are curious about his identity; they… Read More
The first time I encountered the need to respond to Jesus was in the summer of 1971. I was at a family reunion with my parents and younger sister in Colorado. Maybe there were other siblings there too – I don’t remember.