Overwhelmed and frustrated was what I was. Life had become a blur. A career that I have once loved had devolved into a recurring cycle of drudgery. Instead of serving them with joy, meeting the basic needs of my family now filled me with contempt. Even attending church was becoming a chore. Every ... Read More about God’s Perfect Love: 5 Things He Wants You to Know
Do you remember the parable of the talents (if not you can read about it in Matt 25: 14-30)? You know the one where a master, about to go on a long trip, leaves his three servants in charge of some his possessions. He gives the first one five talents, the second two talents, and the third one ... Read More about Biblical Stewardship: The Importance of Stewarding Your Purpose
The day they left was one of great joy and expectation. The wait had been a long one—over 400 years—and now they were free. All of them, men, women, and children, leaving in a hurry. They were laden with gold, silver, fine linen and plenty of livestock. These gifts were thrust upon them by the ... Read More about The Two Most Important Truths Found in the Wilderness
This week the blogger’s resource that every blogger waits all year for is on sale. It’s the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit! When I started blogging early last year, everybody was talking about this extensive toolkit. I decided that I would budget for it and bought the 2018 version. I still haven’t gone ... Read More about I’m a Beginner Blogger: Should I Buy The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit?
The Jewish fall feasts begin this year on The evening of Sept 29, with Rosh Hashanah. Even though, as Christians, we’re not obligated to observe these feasts, if we understand what they mean, we can use them as a time of spiritual reflection on our relationship with God. If you’ve never heard ... Read More about The Fall Jewish Feasts: A Time of Spiritual Reflection