“This third I will bring into the fire; I will refine them like silver and test them like gold. They will call on my name and I will answer them; I will say, ‘They are my people,’ and they will say, ‘The LORD is our God.’”- Zechariah 13:1 Kay Arthur says, “The Refiner’s fire is… Continue reading As Silver Refined
God blows me away. Every time I think I’m going to be ok He shows up and just knocks the breath out of me. It’s been a week since I went to Women of Faith, and I’ve been putting this post off because I’m just not sure how to articulate my feelings and thoughts about… Continue reading Over the Top
I’ve been to Women of Faith a total of six times, and this year will be my seventh! Each year has been so life changing, such a blessing, and better than the last! Check this out… Let me give you some history of my journey with Women of Faith and how it has impacted me. … Continue reading How Do I Experience Women of Faith?
I had a thought this morning… you know you’re in trouble now! Someone mentioned that God’s hand was in something that happened and I giggled because the mental image that popped into my head was that of a two year old. I think most people, even those who don’t have kids, know what I’m talking… Continue reading Hands in the Cheetos
So my latest book to review is Live Loved, Experiencing God’s Presence in Everyday Life. It is a devotional by Max Lucado that I requested from BookSneeze and I have to say I love it. I love devotionals, they help me start my day off in the Lord’s presence, and that is always a good… Continue reading Live Loved by Max Lucado
“Marriage is fabulously hard.” That’s one of the first statements that John & Stasi Eldredge make about marriage, and they just get more real from there. They don’t sugarcoat things in Love & War, they tell it like it is, and it’s not easy. Throughout the book they discuss their own marriage, with honesty and… Continue reading Love & War by John and Stasi Eldredge
When you have that feeling or urge to call someone, don’t put it off. Don’t not do it because you, “feel guilty for not calling before,” or say you’ll do it later. Those are insecurities, don’t let them interfere. Stop whatever you’re doing and call right then. Those words can mean the world to someone. … Continue reading The Phone…