It's a crazy mixed up world we live in. All you have to do is turn on the news to realize that. Then there's our own personal challenges added to the mix. And...well...that can make us feel overwhelmed. But there's still beauty to be found in the middle of the broken. My camera helps me [...]
"It is not the 'ministry' you could have ever anticipated or chosen but we are confident in God's ability to help you live it out!" (from a dear pastor and his wife) I pondered those words as winter released its grip. I think God gifts us with creativity to help us cope through the messy [...]
(I snapped this photo of Bob at the end of January 2015 on the gulf coast of Florida). Someday, once again, Bob will enjoy the simple pleasures of God's creation that he loved so much. I cherish the above photo because to me it's filled with light and hope. My one word for 2016 is [...]
This place so far from home, the one we live in close to the hospital some may call isolation but we call it holy ground. It's a new normal. A place stripped of most of our possessions but here in the quiet we have found God to be more than enough. His presence is often [...]
It's early. I woke before dawn and watched daylight break through the darkness. I glance at the cup a dear friend sent to me and read the prayer printed on it. "May God grant you courage, and through His grace provide the peace that lies in knowing He's always at your side." More than ever [...]
Red, white and blue. I've seen it everywhere this past week. If you live in the USA, you have too. There are flags waving, crepe paper adorning, patriotic symbols flashing, celebration of the 4th. of July, our independence day, the birthday of America ring out across our land. And the celebration continues into Sunday, July [...]
Today I’m sharing a piece that I wrote last August. I believe it’s a timely message for today too! I hope you find some inspiration and truth in this post. Blessings to all…
So I was reading the Lord’s prayer today. You know the one that Jesus taught his disciples.
“This, then, is how you should pray: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven…
Then I stopped. What caught my attention is the part that says ‘your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven’.
If Christians throughout history have prayed those words and we have prayed those words, you wouldn’t know it by the headlines. I don’t see it in the news. If his kingdom is coming and his will, at this time in history, is being done where is it?
I see war, talk of more war, prejudice, hate, violence, heartache, shootings, looting, abuse and the repeat button gets pushed daily.
Our Prince of Peace, more than likely, is weeping…
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