• When You Need a Fresh Perspective of Your Goliath
  • 4 Ways to Overcome the Post-argument Hangover
  • 3 Ways to Prepare My Heart to Submit
  • 8 Prayers for When Your Glass is Empty But Your Plate Is Full
When you've been facing down a giant like Goliath, but your battle is not yet over, you begin to grow weary, discouraged. What if a change in perspective could be the light at the end of the tunnel that you need to persevere? Read more here about When You Need a Fresh Perspective of Your Goliath

When You Need a Fresh Perspective of Your Goliath

Sometimes we need an utter change in perspective, don’t we? I just read a different perspective on David’s attempt to kill Goliath. I think I’ve probably heard it before, but it sure isn’t the perspective I usually hold. Usually I consider (probably like most of us) that Goliath was a huge giant and that it… [read more]

You argued with your husband...again... but then you reconciled. So why do you still feel defeated inside? Learn how to overcome the post-argument hangover emotions that keep you from experiencing victory. 4 Ways to Overcome the Post-argument Hangover

4 Ways to Overcome the Post-argument Hangover

If you’ve been married for any length of time, you’ve probably experienced it – the all-day-long fight. You know, the one you just can’t seems to resolve, the one that leaves you nearly breathless and emotionally spent. And even when you do manage to see each other’s point of view, even when you reconcile with… [read more]

The word submission is "certain to stir up mixed feelings, wild emotions, opposing points of views, and general frustration." Let's take a second look! 3 Ways to Prepare My Heart to Submit

3 Ways to Prepare My Heart to Submit

If you’ve been in Christian circles long enough, you know there’s a word that is certain to stir up mixed feelings, wild emotions, opposing points of views, and general frustration. There are some who try to live by the intent of the word, and there are others who immediately put up a wall when you… [read more]

We've all heard the story of Peter walking on water, yet we often focus on the miracle itself rather than what it teaches us about faith. We want victorious faith - the kind that leaps and soars. But sometimes what we really need is a faith that stumbles on water. Click through to read more about why you need this kind of faith! Why You Need a Faith that Stumbles

The Truth About a Faith That Stumbles on Water

A few weeks ago I posted the verse below from Galatians 6:9 about not growing weary of doing good, which has become my anchor in this season of busy schedules and church planting challenges. It’s perfect for this season because it easily applies to every area of my life in which I desire to remain… [read more]

It's a pregnant mother's greatest fear - finding abnormalities during an ultrasound. Here's the story of how one family dealt with their "options." To the Doctor who gave us options

To the Doctor Who Gave Us Options

“The heartbeat looks strong. The measurements are all within normal range. Um, I have to go get the doctor to discuss this with you…just a minute.” Dear Doctor, You once asked me what I was going to do. You had just finished telling me that everything would almost certainly be fine, that a large number… [read more]

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