Have you ever had one of those terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days? It seems like those are the times I feel defeated, broken, inadequate, disappointed in myself, and discouraged, and it’s so much easier for me to let my emotions take control of my actions. My poor family gets to experience the brunt … More Those Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Moments
With every new year there typically come new goals we set in our lives. We want to start or restart something in order to better ourselves. Some of us write our goals out or create a “bucket list” of things we want to do throughout the year. What types of goals do you set for … More Restart Your Goals
Have you ever felt like your prayers sound “kindergarten” level compared to other people? Let me tell you, we have a youth pastor who can bring mountains down with his prayers. I used to always say that I wish I could pray with just half as much power as he does. Who am I kidding? … More Pray Dangerously
As I go through an online study of Lysa TerKeurst’s book, Unglued: Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotions, I will be posting our study message here every Friday. Even for those not taking part in the study, I encourage you to check it out every Friday and see how it speaks to you. … More Unglued – Week 1
One of the things I hear so often and with people of all ages is that they just don’t know how to read the bible. Haven’t we all been in that place? You know, the place where we read just to say we read. By the time we finish the selected scripture, we have no … More Don’t Forget S.O.A.P.
BROKEN FAMILY, a term I’m not incredibly fond of – at all. I get it. The label “broken family” means that the family has split into two families. However, I spend most of my days doing everything in my power to give hope to people who are broken because brokenness brings darkness. You see, once … More The Lie of the Broken Family