Praising God in the Pain

Did you know your circumstances don’t determine your attitude? We have free will when it comes to our attitude, despite life’s unfair circumstances.  In Habakkuk (the fifth-to-last book of the Old Testament), we see the example of a prophet who witnessed brutal injustices in his own country. He begins his book with a complaint to… Continue reading Praising God in the Pain

You Snooze You Lose

Slapping snooze every morning is one of my bad habits. My alarm first rings at 5 am. I slap it twice, and then it’s 5:30. This is when I get up.  The other day I was so tired and ended up hitting snooze till 6. I figured I probably wouldn’t get up in time to… Continue reading You Snooze You Lose

Weary? Just Wait

Why do we get weary when we serve the Lord? As I learn to serve God and others, I’ve discovered how easy it is to get weary. “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Therefore, as we have… Continue reading Weary? Just Wait

Finding Peace & Healing in His Word

Almost 40% of Americans are more anxious than they were at this time last year, according to a new American Psychiatric Association (APA) poll. (Time Magazine) 1 in 5 Americans have read through the Bible at least once. (LifeWay Research) These statistics might seem separate, but spiritually they correlate. I regret to admit, I am… Continue reading Finding Peace & Healing in His Word

The Ultimate Comfort

Do you have that thing? You know what I’m talking about. That small fear that sits in the back of your mind just waiting for a moment of weakness to arise. It seems to pop up every time you think you’ve beat it. Maybe you feel stupid for having that small anxiety, when everyone else… Continue reading The Ultimate Comfort