Are you worn out and worn down to the point of giving up? The Bible says, “Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and completer of our faith, who, for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. … Continue reading Are you worn out?
360 days. I truly cannot believe it has been 360 days since I looked into the beautiful blue eyes of my son. They were deep eyes, expressive eyes, and far too often, troubled eyes. His eyes revealed the years-long war he’d been waging against the power of addiction, and sometimes they reflected signs of a … Continue reading God’s Most Thoughtful Detail
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Music is dialogic: God sings over us, but we sing back to Him. ❤️
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How do you describe the smell of coffee? It depends on who you are. A scientist might outline the anatomy of ingesting and processing scents. A sommelier may break down the elements of aroma, flavor, acidity, body, and aftertaste. But if you’re just being you, uniquely designed you, defining the smell of coffee will be … Continue reading Breakfast Beverages, Our Brains and the Afterlife
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As we have studied about all the facets that make a soiree – an intimate gathering of friends – truly sublime, we have discovered that God as our Host is a more profound idea than we could even imagine. Just ponder it for a moment: A host who really wants his guests to feel welcome … Continue reading God, the Ultimate Host
In the same way let your light shine in front of people. Then they will see the good that you do and praise your Father in heaven. (Matthew 5:16 GW) Have you heard of the “golden hour” of photography? Our friend, Ashley, tells us that sunset and sometimes sunrise are optimal times of day to … Continue reading Let Your Light So Shine