Do you ever wonder why life is so hard? In Genesis 50:20, after a roller-coaster ride of a life, Joseph says these astounding words, “As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good”. If you’re unfamiliar with this particular bible story…let me catch you up to speed. Joseph is considered… Continue reading
The Bible has a lot to say about the seasons of waiting we will endure during this lifetime. Inevitably, we all will sit in the waiting room at some point. Whether it be in traffic, at the grocery store, for lab results, or test scores…sooner or later, we will find ourselves there. W.A.I.T.I️.N.G. When will the… Continue reading
Today, during our 40-days of Lent study, I️ am going to challenge you. What are you grateful for? Nowadays, it would be easy to sit-back, point-fingers, mumble and complain. When the going gets tough, we tend to get gripey. Our earth-bound, fleshy nature clings to the cup half-empty point of view. Expressing gratitude in Scripture… Continue reading
Peace and the coronavirus don’t seem to go hand-in-hand. Being married to a Pediatric ER and Pediatric Infectious Disease doctor has its perks. I️ can have a conversation with WebMD live access across the dinner table. No need to binge on Grey’s Anatomy to find answers to my looming questions…I can roll over in bed… Continue reading
I’ve always been a runner. From conflict. From fear. From dread. I rather avoid the hard stuff than to go ahead, and dig in.
We seem to be fine with God’s sovereignty as long as things are going our way. But as soon the rubber hits the road, look out…we begin to flounder.