Some lessons can only be learned the “hard” way while others can be internalized early. I’ll always be on your side. Always your greatest cheerleader. Always praying. Love, Mom.
How can we grow in conviction to act when God opens doors? Do you struggle with discerning when the time to pray has led to the time to act? Wedged in the middle of Nehemiah’s story, I found a little of my own answer. Maybe you need to see this for yourself …
Just as technology has changed the receiving of information, it’s impacting the giving of encouragement. Learn how to tweet, post, and gram in view of 1 Corinthians 13.
Parents letting go as their children grow (at any stage) experience an internal pull of opposite emotions. Read more about this beautiful dance. Sometimes in sync. Sometimes out of step. But always before the throne of God.
See what you can learn from the example of Mordecai, as well as sage advice from other parents who have walked a mile in your shoes. ~ Spoiler alert: God STILL has work for you to do and you will ALWAYS be relevant and needed!
Just because I’m a Christian, does that mean I’m supposed to be a doormat when a business treats me unfairly? ~ When do I speak and when should I let it go? ~ These are the questions we faced and the resulting “in process” answers we found for our own situation. ~ And spoiler alert: “Turn the other cheek” is way more complicated than it sounds.