Too often we carry our burdens around by ourselves. I heard a preacher say that we live in a DIY society and it's true with our Christian lives as well. We try to Do it Ourself. But God says we should bear one another's burdens. Do you know that 2 horses can pull three times the … Continue reading Burdens Are Lifted at Calvary
Sunday Worship with Kids can be a challenge. Here are a few steps to help.
Never have I read a book and wanted to read it again before I had even finished it the first time.
A Definite Book for the reachable shelf.
When a weekly commitment that Christians are encouraged in the Bible to keep becomes a challenge to us because we do not feel like it, then it may be the time to remind ourselves that church is not really about us…it’s about God.
Pastors are People, Too Our church has just begun the adventure of searching for a new pastor. It's a daunting job when you look for the perfect pastor. Basically, because there are no perfect pastors because pastors are people, too. We tend to forget that pastors are people, too. We put them up on a pedestal that … Continue reading In Search of the “Perfect” Pastor
Introducing Glenae Atchison May I introduce my college friend, Glenae Atchison as a contributor to this website. You may recognize her name if you have been to my Facebook page, Leaving a Legacy. She posts there on a regular basis. Glenae is a native of Indiana and a long time resident of Mississippi. She graduated from … Continue reading Pray for the Believers
A Bottle of Bath Wash. Who doesn't enjoy the wonderful smell and the softness obtained from using it? But it seemed precious little payment for the hours on end that I spent learning and perfecting the wedding music chosen for this wedding and the entire weekend my husband and I gave for rehearsal, decorating, flower … Continue reading UNAPPRECIATED ~ Three Actions to Change Your Own Heart
Does your Church Have a Special Day for Pastor in October? I'm hoping that your church does remember the pastor(s) during Pastor Appreciation Month. If not, I hope that you remembered to reach out to him personally. If you haven't, it's actually not too late. The truth is, we really should love our pastor all … Continue reading How to Love Your Pastor All Year Long
Becoming a pastor's wife is a very daunting event for some of us. I became a pastor's wife at the age of 28. Unlike most pastors' wives, I did not meet my husband at college while he prepared for ministry. We didn't date and plan our lives together to become pastor and wife. I met my husband AFTER he … Continue reading How to Be the Perfect Pastor’s Wife