Grocery shopping. Pay bills. School drop-off/pick-up. After school activities. Make appointments. Cancel appointments. Paperwork. Prepare dinner. Laundry. Clean house. Take car for service. …..and the list can goes on and on. You know. That dreaded ‘To-Do’ list. Some days the to-do list can seem endless. And many times, we allow ourselves to be obsessed with… Read More To-Do List
David had inner-constant joy that comes only from the presence of God. The joy that defeats sadness, discouragement, and anger! When we give our lives to Jesus, we inherit that same joy. We are now set apart by God though the Holy Spirit. But, oh, how we must constantly guard our heart and joy from… Read More Do you have JOY?
So…who do you think you are? Many Christian women, of all ages, and in all seasons of life, have very low self-esteem and low opinions of their worth. Why is that? How about those times when irritability, anger and just not nice thoughts flood our minds? That’s when we tend to think we are still… Read More Who Do You Think You Are?
I don’t know about you, but I have become a slave to my mobile device! I use my phone for almost everything: email, calendar, to-do list, writing notes, website management, social media, recipes, latest news and weather…and oh yeah, calls and texts. While all of this makes keeping up and staying in touch very easy,… Read More It’s Time to Look Up
LUKE 21 During the last few days before His death, Jesus spent much of his time preaching and teaching. He did not leave His disciples and the people(and us) unaware of things to come. As we read today’s scripture, let’s ask ourselves these questions: What does it mean to be ready for Jesus’ return? Am… Read More Jesus Foretells the Future: Day 4 of Holy Week Reading Plan
LUKE 20 The chief religous leaders began challenging Jesus’ authority. However, their plan backfired as Jesus turned the questions on them. Jesus knew their hearts just like He knows our hearts. Therefore, Jesus knew what to say that would make the leaders realize He knew their true identities, which in turn confirmed His deity. As… Read More Religious Leaders Question Jesus’ Authority: Day 3 Holy Week Reading Plan
For most of us, this coming week will not be ‘normal’. The chaos of the outside world, fears, and chaotic schedules may have you in knots inside, wanting to run away from it all. Stop. Take a deep breath. Draft your Plan B. Your normal routine is your Plan A. But all plans are subject… Read More What’s Your Plan B?
Let’s admit it. Every day life can be hard. Work. Raising a family. School. Managing a home. The list goes on and on. Life gets busy. Life gets crazy. And for faithful Christians, each one of our roles in life becomes even harder when Satan sneaks in and starts whispering lies. The enemy preys on… Read More True Identity
“He must increase, but I must decrease.” – John 3:30 This is one of my favorite scriptures in the Bible. It is a few words, powerful words, spoken by a humble friend and servant of Jesus. John the Baptist was different than most in appearance and habits. But he was also somewhat different from many… Read More The Messenger
In the book of James, he says WHEN we face trials, not IF we face trials. in other words, we will face trials. We all have endured trials. Some if us are enduring trials right now. And we will all have trials again. When we do face trials, James says we should count it all… Read More Counting it all JOY