Simplicity I crave simplicity. My standard Starbucks drink for the last several years has been a grande white mocha, 2 pumps syrup rather than the sickeningly sweet 4 pumps, with skim milk and no whip cream. How complicated is that? A few months ago I decided I was over the complicated fancy coffee drinks. I […]
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We can become paralyzed in our decision making when we fear choosing the wrong path. What if we choose wrong? Years ago I heard a statement that brought freedom to me when facing decisions of any size. In the Bible I found a story that showed me 3 critical components to making every single decision we face.
When applying these 3 steps, I can move with confident courageous peace no matter which path I end up choosing. I can release FOMO (fear of missing out) hanging over my choices.
Buried inside my fears of making wrong choices, I discovered lies hiding in my heart about the character of God. I wonder if you have a few lies deeply burrowed you may want to shine the light on.
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Audio version available on Soundcloud. When I call out instructions to my kids before I’ve said their names or properly gotten their attention, there is about a 75% chance what I’m saying won’t be received by them. Instead, if I call their name, grab their attention, then speak, I’ve engaged them, and they are ready […]
When you get on Facebook, how do feel after you leave? Do you feel uplifted? Inspired? Encouraged? Happy? Satisfied? Many of us express feeling anxious, stressed, jealous, discontent, or frustrated after our social media time. Studies are revealing the level of addiction to social media is pretty startling. We reach for our phones hundreds of […]
“At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon.” Mark 15:33 It was gruesome, bloody, unfair. He was rejected by His own. His silence speaks. His eyes find mine. Right now. In this moment. He wasn’t who they expected. It wasn’t how they imagined a Messiah. He didn’t fit their narrative. […]