Viewing entries posted in March 2014
Whenever I’m faced with uncertainty in life, I always get jealous of the people in the Bible that heard God’s voice audibly. I so badly want the thunder to crack and hear God’s unmistakably booming voice say: “Isaac, you need to do ‘X’ and stop thinking about ‘Y’. ” Sadly, though, that doesn’t happen-at least not for me.
There are certain pivotal moments in life that change us forever. For Jordan, that moment came during her junior year of high school when her doctor spoke just three words: “You have diabetes. ” Jordan’s life changed dramatically the day that she received her diagnosis.
My parents instilled in me a strong sense of gratitude. Numerous times growing up, our family would receive unexpected gifts from people that helped our family in very challenging times. I vividly remember my dad falling off a building on a job site, leaving our family to survive on $95 per week from workers' compensation.
We'd all like to think that school is a safe place for all kids to be able to learn. But for some kids who have grown up in trauma situations school can be overwhelming.
If I were a silent voice inside your head helping you to build healthy relationships you might hear me ask, "Have you ever thought that saying 'I’m done' is a good thing?" God loves it because then He can say, “Good, finally you are done, now let Me take over.
You know those stray gift cards you have in your wallet that you forgot about? What if they could make a real difference for someone? .
It's time for our final week of the KLRC Listening Challenge. Whether you've joined us for each week thus far, or are diving into the challenge for the first time, join us this week as Tracy shares suggestions for listening to God when the journey leads us into new territory.
We're on to Week 3 of the KLRC Listening Challenge! This week, Tracy shares some ideas for listening to God when the journey takes us into a valley of fog and confusion. .
It's Week 2 of the KLRC Listening Challenge! This week, Tracy shares some ideas for listening to God when our path is leading us to joy. Try one exercise a day to focus on grounding yourself in God's voice.
I recently went out to lunch with a friend of mine and as we were doing the song and dance of figuring out where to eat, he named off at least two restaurants in my small town that I hadn’t even realized were there.