Tag: Jesus

Daily Reads 09.09.2019

Read: Philippians 1:10 Do you ever begin your day, your week by wondering what really matters in life? I do. Paul’s words in this verse stood out to me. His concern was that the people he wrote to understood what really matters…. Read More

Daily Reads 09.07.2019

Read: Psalm 40:1-3 I have a psychologist friend. He said he never wants to work harder than a client for change. You see, sometimes we see the change that needs to happen but we don’t want to work for it. What about… Read More

Daily Reads 09.06.2019

Maturity has nothing to do with eternity. Maturing in our faith continues to happen as long as we live. We never achieve that complete perfection this side of heaven. But we have the opportunity to grow in faith and in our experience… Read More

Daily Reads 09.05.2019

Maturity. What does that mean? Returning to the writer’s admonitions in Hebrews 6:1-4, it seems maturity means we are confident in the basic. Repenting from evil deeds, placing our faith in God, baptism, the resurrection of the dead and eternal judgment are… Read More

Daily Reads 09.04.2019

Read: Hebrews 6:1-4 We aren’t good Christians and bad Christians. You either follow Jesus or you don’t. But there is the aspect of maturity. I love watching my two-year-old granddaughter interact with her surroundings. This weekend while glamping, she rarely ate off… Read More

Simon says…change your thinking

A friend and I decided to check out the local shopping opportunities and while on the way, we chatted about life, kids, family, jobs – you know, the usual friendly chatter. Somewhere in the conversation, my friend shared an encounter she had… Read More

Daily Reads 09.02.2019

Read: John 15:15-17 It is my experience that humanity tends to categorize by good, better, best. And sometimes, bad. People are good athletes or bad athletes. Others are good musicians or bad musicians. Some can sell, others can’t sell to save their… Read More

Daily Reads 09.01.2019

Many of us are enjoying a holiday schedule this weekend. Although the origination of the Labor Day holiday is lost on many of us, it serves as a signal to the end of summer and gives another opportunity to gather with our… Read More

Daily Reads 08.31.2019

Thirty-four years ago I said the best YES ever! It hasn’t all been sunshine and roses. The ten year mark was pretty difficult, but we continued to say yes. And here we are, twenty-four years later enjoying life as empty nesters! Of… Read More

Daily Reads 08.30.2019

Today begins our annual glamping weekend. Glamping is just a bit more glamorous than regular camping. Three families are involved. Two families pull their recreational vehicles to the third family’s house who don’t care for camping in the traditional sense of the… Read More