Sunday sermon series: Michael Todd from Transformation Church, “Grace Like a Flood”
Sometimes you have to let your heart see what your eyes miss.
When you watch a movie that hits you hard, you can’t help but think about what it means to you.
You matter and there are reasons you can continue this life despite how hard it’s been.
What foundation have you built your life upon? If it’s the wrong one, a small storm can send your entire life into disarray.
Are you praying for signs when they’re right in front of you? Maybe what you need is the right light to shine upon them.
We have to admit that the grace that covers us also covers those we don’t like or behave differently. It covers us all.
Reflections on the Bible story about the widow’s oil (2 Kong’s 4:1-7) as seen through the sons’ point of view.
Sometimes everyday objects can speak to us about spiritual and life matters. Here’s some thoughts inspired by peonies.
It’s time I follow my own process and get these books and ideas off the ground!
Let’s explore how letting go of expectations and learning to BE can actually bring you to a place where you love life and serve your true purpose.
Sunday sermon series: Savage Jesus
We’ve made it to the second quarter. It’s time to discuss some real things and make some changes to ensure we get where we want to get. As we start, let’s jump into some reasons this month is so special to me. *Trigger warning*
Throwback: Blind faith means we are willing to accept that God loves us and will provide for us. It means we are willing to believe He will always provide a way. It does not mean we give up resources that can help us because we believe God is doing to come down on a white horse and whisk us away from our problems.
I still remember the day my daughter asked if we could go out to the store because she was “dressed up and ready for the world”. She was covered in paint from a recent art project and thought the colors were so beautiful that she wanted everyone to see them. This struck a chord with me because my grown up mind was automatically telling her we could NEVER go out in public with such a mess on our being. But she didn’t see her appearance for its messiness but for its beauty.