As the Lord removes and separates you from some people in this season,
He is making room for the new people and the new things that He is bringing into your life to come in.
In married life, the red carpet of time and energy is never rolled out for you, but even brief moments add up.
In fact, any investment you make in your marriage pays back in dividends.
Do you pray for the sick? Bring meals to families during health crises? Comfort the bereaved and check up on the lonely?
Episode 32 – What happens when we compartmentalize our discernment? Our life in God reflects our view of God. In this week’s episode, I talk with Kenny Luck, award-winning author and Pastor at Crossline Church in Laguna Hills, California.
There were crazy movements that wanted to revolt against Rome. Many in the name of God.
I told a friend earlier that my goal was to travel into the new year with as little weight as possible.
No, I’m not talking about a diet resolution. I’m talking about the weight of this world that we often carry.
Perhaps the idea of picking a word or a verse feels overwhelming.
Maybe you’re like me: For a decade, you picked your phrase – just so you could say you had one…
I know it’s all part of the human condition, but we don’t ever want it to be part of OUR condition!
At any moment in time, we pass hundreds of people who are going through all sorts of things in life. We just never pause to give it much thought.
As governments around the world scramble to figure out ways to allow people safe reentry into society in tandem with the Covid-19 vaccine rollouts,
the alarm is being sounded against measures that may take away the rights of some all in the name of public health.
If you’ve been experiencing despair, I want you to know this season is not the end. You have a hope and a future.
When we can’t look at our circumstances and say they are good, we can look at our God and say He is.
Experts say it takes at least 21, but more like 42 days, to establish a habit.
Episode #31 – This week I talk with the director (Joel Paul Reisig) and one of the producers (Greg Morrison) of the movie Faith Under Fire. The movie stars Dean Cain and Kevin Sorbo. It is a story of loss, grief, and embracing faith even in the darkest of hours.
In Episode 17 of The Joy of Motherhood, Host Carol McLeod interviews her friend Danielle about being a working Mom!
In today’s episode, we’re talking about the importance of remembering—remembering the past year as a couple, remembering the struggles, the fun and most importantly remembering God’s faithfulness through it all.
Most of us find it much easier to speak up for others, and many people won’t even do that. It takes enormous courage and vulnerability to defend ourselves — especially as Christians.
Episode #11 – Being aware of boundaries, setting, and respecting them according to the enneagram stances (independent, dependent, and withdrawing.) If you’re new to the enneagram, stances are a great way to begin to narrow down your type and understand your own tendencies and personal work when it comes to boundaries.
Episode #31 – You don’t have to repeat the same mistakes with your family that your parents made.
It is a worthy cause to invest in not only our souls but the souls of our children.
After all, our bodies will eventually perish, but our souls will live forever.
It’s amazing how much we can trust the Lord…
especially when we are put in the position where we have to totally depend on Him.
Episode #2 – Angela Donadio takes you behind the scenes during her near-death health crises to discover how God turns pain into purpose. Find out what God said to her in a defining moment that changed the trajectory of her life.
Those who have acknowledged their need of God, their need for forgiveness, those who have repented; these we call believers.
This week on Style Tips, I’m sharing a few tips on how to prep your closet for the new year! We’ll discuss a few tried and true tips to organizing, plus I’ll show you simple stress-free ways to tackle a closet cleanout in bite-size bits.