I know my problems are real, but often I wonder if my prayers are. Am I praying “right” and does God care? I’m so honored to host author Elisa Morgan (MOPS President Emerita) on such a tender topic. Her words are just what I needed lately. Read on for a fresh perspective on your prayer-life.Continue reading “Why Don’t We Pray About It?”
On the edge of burn-out in long seasons, there’s an antidote.
Knowing more about God’s throne brings order and abundance in our time of need.
In all the “I don’t knows” this Christmas, what matters will remain.
I don’t know how you’re feeling about the election, but I know how Jesus feels. He’s completely calm and not freaking out. Know why? Because the outcome is already decided…by Him. Now some of us may not want to hear that if our candidate loses. I’ve been in that spot before, thinking, “God you gotContinue reading “He Holds All Things and He’s already decided”
Joy wins when Jesus is involved
I promise in the end this will be hopeful. But the beginning isn’t. I share because I wonder how many of us started off strong and then bad days became hard weeks. And hard weeks rolled into ‘when is this going to end.’ So here’s the truth about why it was getting so hard. IContinue reading “When we forget to abide”
He kept inviting me to church and it got annoying. Yes, I was curious, always trying to better myself, but church was for rule-followers and old people. Right? I never did attend his church, perhaps out of fear. But as I watched the way he lived, the way he loved harder, gave more freely, forgaveContinue reading “Why Your Jesus Friend Keeps Inviting You To Church”
What do I have to offer? That question arose after I spoke reminding local women that they’re chosen, called, and adored by God. But insecurity sets in and we worry we don’t have what it takes to do the big things God asks of us. We feel insignificant against the backdrop of those already livingContinue reading “What do I have to offer?”
My pride can get in the way of my love—to others and to Christ. Though I long to be one who continually gives of herself, without expecting anything in return or caring how I’m perceived, too often my insecurities overshadow my obedience. I lead my church’s single moms group, and like most ministries, we haveContinue reading “Humbly Serving out of Love for Christ – Guest blog by Jennifer Slattery”