The Freedom of Airing Dirty Laundry

The Freedom of Airing Dirty Laundry

With today’s technology, it’s easy to do laundry without effort. You put clothes in a machine, turn a dial, and press a button. Going to my child’s bedroom requires more work than that. It’s a simple process. One Sunday after returning home from a family vacation, I...
6 Principles When People Fail You

6 Principles When People Fail You

People will fail you, but God never will. I said this to a friend when she sought my advice. I feared I would fail her because I knew my limitations, and she had already been betrayed and disappointment by so many people. I knew if she sought God over me, He...
The Most Precious Gift You Already Have

The Most Precious Gift You Already Have

I end the day with thanks, realizing how often I forget to praise God for what is.   In the gap between praying about worry and crisis, we fail to simply give thanks.   For the simple things. In the gap between praying about worry and crisis, we fail to simply give...
The Gift You Wouldn’t Expect

The Gift You Wouldn’t Expect

All good gifts come down by the Father of the heavenly lights, who doesn’t change like shifting shadows (James 1:17). This verse is the foundation of a new message I’ve shared recently. It’s a fitting verse for this time of year–God sending...
4 Ways to Deal With Hurt

4 Ways to Deal With Hurt

Hurt is something we’ve all experienced. My first memory of being physically hurt was falling and cutting my lip on a metal toolbox when I was three. I still have the scar. My first memory of being emotionally hurt was when, as the youngest, an older sibling called me...