Ephesians, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, Surrender to Jesus

Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine

I apologize this didn't get out on Saturday as planned. I was blessed to be present with family and friends. To encourage others in need and to be blessed in return. And now back to regular programming 🙂 Have you heard of the Japanese art, Kintsukuroi? This ancient art developed because a beloved piece of… Continue reading Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine

Everyday Heroes, Jesus in Everyday Life, Surrender to Jesus

Everyday Heroes: Ally Bowen, This Girl Hates to Run, Seriously She Does

Do you like to run? You know what I mean—you put on some comfortable, breathable clothing. Maybe use a little Glide to prevent chafing and lace-up a pair of good, supportive kicks. Then step out onto the roadway, path, or track. Sometimes the birds are singing, enticing the sun to peek over the horizon. Other… Continue reading Everyday Heroes: Ally Bowen, This Girl Hates to Run, Seriously She Does

Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story, Surrender to Jesus

Gutted by Fire

We don’t have to stay charred, burned out, gutted shells void of purpose and vitality! This photograph stopped me in my tracks. I couldn’t look away. Every detail seared into my brain. I didn’t even realize the effect it was having on me until silent tears splashed onto the back of my hands. Caleb Wyre,… Continue reading Gutted by Fire

Confess, Forgiveness, Jesus in Everyday Life, Repent, Surrender to Jesus

But I Don’t ‘Feel’ Forgiven…Part 2, What is Repentance?

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?

Attitude, Jesus in Everyday Life, Surrender to Jesus

Attitude. Part 3. Warrior or Wimp?

Adversity is something to look forward to. It’s to be met with GREAT joy because it grows us and develops our endurance—spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, social, psychological—until we’re complete, perfect, lacking nothing.