As the world turns, you may find yourself struggling with the uncertainties and unknowns in life. It doesn’t feel quite right to become accustomed to our new norms of “pandemic”, “quarantine”, “closures”, “racism” and “police reform.” In the mix of it all, our souls are stirred and we don’t know where to find solid ground.… Continue reading
Ephesians 4 Every day when I️ wake up and walk into my closet I️ have a decision to make, “What am I️ going to put on?” My plans for the day often determine the decision I️ make. Is it the weekend? Or do I️ have a meeting to attend? I️ sift through my clothes and fairly… Continue reading
Have we lost this in the church today? A sense of deep community where we are invested in the lives of others over the long-haul. Have we lost this in our community? A desire to know others so that they can know God. Have we lost this in our own families? A passion to see others pursue God with all of their heart, strength, and soul.
You can get to a place of forgiveness by reminding yourself that “You mess up too.” We all do. We all are messes needing a Saviour.
In marriage, anger is a silent (and sometimes a not-so-silent) killer. Anger can come in many shapes and sizes, and slide itself easily under the rug. Maybe we think we have our anger under control and yet, it is smoldering like a steam engine about to roar.
Maybe the first step is to realize that our marriages will struggle. We all have bad days.