There's a lot to deal with in midlife. That empty nest syndrome for one can really take you for a loop. But that is not the only crisis you are looking at as you are "becoming sage". What does that even mean? "to become sage". You might have thought about the herb. But the first … Continue reading Midlife Crisis: Becoming Sage
we think of the disciplines as something we choose. Suffering and persecution are not something we choose but something that is forced upon us. But then again, maybe it can indeed be a chosen way of life. Let's dig further.
One of my prime times of spiritual growth came through a small discipleship group I belonged to in my 20’s, and by the on-going mentoring of an older godly woman. W
True Repentance Makes us Ready to Meet the Lord. We see the day coming but we are no more ready to face the King of Kings and the Lords of Lords than they were in Joel's day. We sit in our padded pews and "mourn" the sinfulness of our nation but ignore the subtle sins … Continue reading True Repentance What Does it Look Like?
Friends. We all have them but do we have a spiritual friend? images created in Canva -That someone we sit down with from time to time who challenges us in our faith? Someone whom we trust with our secret thoughts and even goals - someone who will pray for us and check up on us … Continue reading Five Factors for Choosing a Spiritual Friend
How can we bring unity to our marriage? our families? or nation? to the world? We cannot have unity without love.
When we look around our communities and our world, it seems we have allowed pride and privilege to take over our hearts and lives. Perhaps it's time to pursue humility in all our lives. Inspired by her earlier post, Seven Biblical Promises for Walking in Humility, I asked Karen Friday if she would write more … Continue reading How to Pursue Humility as Followers of Christ
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Earthquakes. Raging Fires. Hurricanes, Flooding, Food Shortages, Pandemic diseases. Riots in the Streets. When does it stop Lord?
One of my favorite hymns. Have your heard it?