Why must we suffer?

As I bow my head to pray these days, I find myself praying for more and more people who are suffering. I pray for their healing and comfort, and for their families to endure. And, as I find myself adding to this list seemingly every day, and with it being the Easter...

Who?

Who? Who’s Habakkuk? This past week our Bible group wrapped up the study of the Book of Habakkuk. Habakkuk is one of the minor prophets of the Bible. The group of twelve “minor” prophets were named so, not because their words were of less value, but because their...

Speak to God’s glory

We must “…open our mouth and speak to His glory,” Louie Giglio recently said in a sermon. Times are tough. We all need encouragement and inspiration to get through these days. If you have been saved by God’s grace through your faith, won’t you multiply that...

A Prayer for our New Year

2020 marked one of the most trying years of many of our lives. From the unprecedented global pandemic to civil and political unrest to school and business closures, the list goes on and on before we even get to the many who have experienced loss in all these...

A Christmas Gift

This past week my author friend Kimberly Duffy asked a question on Instagram, “Did you get anything [for Christmas] you didn’t know you wanted but has proven to be the best thing?” I received one such gift that I thought fit Kim’s description. At first it was a...

It’s busy!

It’s busy, and the busyness and distractions of daily life can pull us away from our spirituality and closeness to the Lord. But what if we fill our busyness with the presence of God so that it no longer pulls us away from Him, but speaks directly to us of Him? For a...

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