LENT: WORK

Ephesians 2 During times of shelter-in-place and self-quarantine, I️ have seen something in us, the human race. We have worked together in such unity to fight the COVID-19 enemy much like we are in a war. In the past week, I️ have discovered zoom and 8×8 and virtual meet-ups that I️ never even knew existed.…

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LENT: AWE

Ephesians 1 It is important for us to remind ourselves of the message of the Gospel because it stirs our heart affections to serve Jesus with all of our heart, soul, strength, and might. When we do, we stand in awe of who He is and what He has done. No longer do the cares…

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LENT: TRUST

Acts, 19:21-41 We need to trust God with all of our circumstances. But this is often easier said than done, especially when things don’t turn out as we think they ought. Trusting God in the midst of dire situations is difficult. God doesn’t give us what we want when we want it. He doesn’t do…

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LENT: CONFESS

To homeschool or not to homeschool? Dine-in or Eat out? These aren’t exactly the questions I️ thought I’d be forced to face during Spring Break. And whether this is your current quandary or not, I️  know that we are all in this together. Every tongue, tribe, and nation…we are charting into the unknown. But I️…

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LENT: REMIND

Lent is a 40-day season of reflection and preparation for the celebration of Easter. That being said, this particular season has been unusual and unsettling. We’ve never experienced anything like it in our lifetime. Stores closing. Sports canceled. Schools shutting down. In such a time of uncertainty, I️ thought it might be good to remind…

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LENT: PEACE

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…

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