Peter and Me. We are connected in many ways. Because I am prone to stumble and fall in my Christian journey, I am continually drawn to scripture to read about the waywardness and sinfulness of man. Even those after “God’s own heart” had their selfish moments. My heart resonates with
Getting it Right
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My web designer, Anna, tells me we get better coverage if we have green-light SEO’s. So, I’ll give you a few words about what it means to be a Christian, through my lens.
When Jesus called His disciples, He did so with two words, “Follow Me.” In some places in the Bible, He said, “Follow me and I will make you fishers of men.” He was, of course, talking to men who made their living fishing.
When I gave my heart to Christ, I did so wholeheartedly to follow Him. In my 20s, I crawled away from Him, wanting to find my own way apart from what I knew was right. I say “crawled” because it was a slow move. I allowed thoughts to enter my mind that needed to be captured and chained. Following those thoughts took my lifestyle away from God for a few years.
Obedience and Blessing
Life is empty and miserable apart from God. There’s a pit of loneliness and emptiness that nothing and no one can fill. It’s the place within our depth that can only be satisfied by having a relationship with God. Then, I found my way back to Him, and began to understand what true joy and completeness look and feel like.
He restored me and brought me to a place of purpose, filling that inner loneliness when it crawls up to haunt me. He is my everything.
What does being a Christian mean to me? It means I never walk alone, I have a leader who always speaks truth and wisdom, and it means I have eternal life with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit!
The Trigger I fell headfirst into an emotional trigger last week. The words that rolled off my tongue and the anger that spewed through my actions brought shock and pain to the one my words landed on. The trigger was from an emotional wound I thought had healed during my past ten
My book, “Lessons of a Dragonfly, Forty Days to a Transformed Life,” now available on Amazon. This forty-day journey of prayer and daily readings are accompanied by scripture for further study, thought-provoking questions and prayers. In this post, I share the Introductory
Divine Intervention I met John and Susie Bell several years ago while living in Chicago and serving on staff at a north shore church. The church was hosting a welcome lunch for visitors the first Sunday the Bells attended. As Director of Guest Services, it was my role to meet the
“The Making of a Dragonfly” was written to speak life and hope into those struggling with grief, loss, insignificance, betrayal and rejection. Below is a summary of why she wrote the book. The Making of a Dragonfly Mary Ethel Eckard wrote this book with the purpose of
Lost Memories Life brings joy and life brings hard seasons. Everyone will have a fair share of each. Throughout life, there have been moments, days, even months and years where I lived in a fog, going through the motions. During those times, my mind failed to register memories. What I