Monthly Archives: July 2022

Thankfulness on Not Thanksgiving

There is one day in a year here in the United States on which it is easy for people to remember to be thankful: Thanksgiving Day, of course. But each of us, if we think carefully about it, should be … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Faith | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Pieces of Me

I was still growing up even as I was raising my own kids. In the process, I shattered on the floor into a million little pieces. My children picked up some of the pieces and fit them into themselves. Sometimes … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Faith | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Feelings Follow Faithfulness

At church this morning, they mentioned that the 21st Desperation Conference took place this past week, and they described how so many of the 2000 teenagers who attended had dedicated or rededicated their lives to Christ and left the conference … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Faith, Miracles | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Climb

Last week, I wrote about the joy of the Lord. This week, I’d like to discuss it a bit more, but from a different perspective. Specifically, I’d like to invite us all to reflect on how we have a tendency … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Faith | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

The Joy of the Lord Comes from Hoping in Him

This weekend in America we are celebrating Independence Day, a time commemorating the birth of our nation. This got me thinking about joy. Joy is a gift from God, but one that is all too often overlooked. I get it, … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Faith | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment