Hello dear friend, This post was one of the most difficult to write. Rewrite. And write again. I wrestled with it for weeks! Maybe you can tell me why. Blessings. “Excuse me; Ma’am, is this yours?” I ignored the voice behind me and started walking. There’s NO WAY she could be talking to me. Ma’am?!?… Continue reading But I Don’t Feel Forgiven…Part 4: Forgiving, Forgetting, and Doubt
Fifteen minutes. 15. What do “15 minutes” mean to you? Fifteen minutes isn’t that much time, is it? Most people have longer commutes than that. Take longer showers than that. Spend more time on social media and gaming than that. Fifteen minutes. So what can 15 minutes well-spent at the front end of your day… Continue reading 15 Minutes
I am so excited! Today I have the incredible honor to share the heart of Tom Moore's younger daughter, Kati. This woman's testimony is as beautiful as is her heart and passion for God's Word, His people, and the people who don't know Him yet--traits she undoubtedly caught from her father's modeling and example. My hope--no… Continue reading Kingdom Mindset by Kati Moore Wilde
Sometimes heroes come in the form of men wearing iron suits. But more often than not they come in everyday clothes. And every once in a while they come in the athletic gear of a coach. Late fall, early winter 1993 started the South Saint Paul Packers wrestling season. I knew nothing about the sport.… Continue reading The Passing of The Baton: The Legacy of Tom Moore
What’s the big deal about confession anyway? Why does God require us to do it? Does He want to rub our noses in our mistakes? Make us feel guilt and shame for what we’ve done? Or does He enjoy putting salt in our wounds? Oh, these are good questions. Excellent questions. Real questions. I’ve asked… Continue reading But I Don’t Feel Forgiven…Part 3, What’s The Big Deal About Confession?
Confession. Forgiveness. Repentance. Three essential steps to eradicating the stronghold of sin in our lives. We tend to be pros at confessing our sins and asking God for forgiveness. But we suck at repentance. But first, what exactly is repentance? Webster describes it as “the action or process of repenting especially for misdeeds or moral… Continue reading But I Don’t ‘Feel’ Forgiven…Part 2, What is Repentance?
Isn’t vacation is supposed to be relaxing? Revitalizing? Refreshing? I just got home from vacation—a week in the Arizona sun. And once again I found myself seduced by the desert; mesmerized by the wide variety of cactus and other desert plants; and captivated by the landscape. But this time, I was challenged in ways I… Continue reading Run Your Race!
Have you ever gotten into a project only to discover it was like an iceberg—more massive than you could have ever imagined? And the more you got into the project, the more you realized just how extensive it was? That’s me right now. Books litter my office floor. Tabs are opened all over my screens.… Continue reading When We Feel Emotional
“But I don’t feel forgiven!” She said in exasperation over a cup of coffee. Ah, there it is. That’s the real issue, isn’t it? Or is it? This sweet Sister confessed her sin; she laid it all out before her Savior. She asked for God’s forgiveness, and He’s faithfully given it. (1 John 1:9) But… Continue reading But I Don’t ‘Feel’ Forgiven…Part 1
What does your heart crave? What makes it burn? When you’re alone with your thoughts, your dreams—what do you imagine? What do you see? I have countless dreams. Many of which have been planted in my heart by God Himself. They include becoming a published author and speaker, proclaiming the Name of Jesus, and revealing… Continue reading What does your Heart Crave?