Conntecting the Dots

Posts Tagged: holiness

Someone’s Watching!

From my office window, I see a hanging basket. A blue jay landed on it a few days ago. I could tell that the bird held something in its beak. Out of curiousity, I watched to see what it would do.   The jay cocked its head several times from side to side. To me,… [ read more ]

What Does Holiness Feel Like?

Today I’m posting a guest devotional blog by author Kathy Collard Miller and her husband, Larry Miller. Their new book–Never Ever Be the Same: A New You Starts Today–has just been released, and I look forward to seeing how God is going to use this resource to set people free from destructive behaviour patterns. Kathy’s generously… [ read more ]

What Does Holiness Look Like?

This morning I read a short article by Chuck Colson in which he trumpeted a call for the North American church to repent. He noted that many believers are wringing their hands at the state of current affairs. He says we’re blaming the liberals, the gays, and the pro-abortionists when, in reality, we ought to… [ read more ]

New Clothes

The other day while running errands, I happened across a lovely scarf collection. Now, I’ve been admiring other women’s scarves as a fashion accessory for a long time but have never seriously shopped for one myself…until now. Purples, pinks, lime greens, iridescent stripes – what a feast for the eyes! And guess what? They were… [ read more ]