You can't see me, but I am jumping up and down and grinning from ear to ear. A dream has just come true right in time for my 55th birthday! Yes, I've always wanted to do something like publishing a book. No, I never really expected to see it actually happen. Of course, it didn't … Continue reading Pleased to announce: it’s a book!
For what can be known about God is plain to them because God has shown it to them. For His invisible attributes, namely, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse. For although they knew God, they did … Continue reading If they are all, am I not without excuse?
Good Shepherd, my Shepherd, You prepare for all Your lambs the best foods - no matter the pasture land. And I get to come to Your banquet table to dine with You in Light, Peace and JOY because You Shepherd have commanded the enemy to stand at bay while we feast together.
Because we belong to Jesus (we are His and He is ours) we are able to meet overwhelming circumstances face to face with confidence and bold JOY. Jesus is our example. He encountered crowds of physically, emotionally and mentally broken and hurting people who pressed in on Him everywhere He traveled. We carry God's compassion, just as Jesus did; so we don't have to duck from any person in distress.
I grew weary of the wrestling and spinning and the voices and the questions and doubts. Honestly, I love that place of surrender! As difficult as it is for me to get there sometimes, it is the best feeling to drop all the baggage I've agreed to carry and crumple at the feet of Jesus.
In this week's Saturday Share I want to introduce my good friend and favorite doula (a person who assists in birthing), Jess Dudley. You will find her at findyourfood.org where Jess transparently shares her journey out of obesity and now willingly and graciously extends her hand of assistance to all who are ready to say YES to life, … Continue reading Saturday Share: Find Your Food with Jess Dudley
I'm sitting today, quietly reflecting on the magnitude of the last four days. There's joy in my heart, and a deep, satisfied soreness in my muscles and a tired feeling in my bones. It's the kind of tired soreness you feel with a great deal of satisfaction after you've experienced a victory in an arena … Continue reading Community: We want it, but how does it happen?
If the opposite of humility is pride, then we have all the more reason to focus on humility by Kaitlin Miller