Have you ever faced a challenge so big that you knew resolving it would require a miracle, at least according to human perspective? That’s where I’m at right now. My husband and I lost our ministry’s office space last August. Since then, he has worked at his desk in our basement as he… [ read more ]
Posts Tagged: Luke
Do you remember the movie “E.T.”? A clip from that movie landed in my inbox a couple of days ago, just in time for Easter. As strange as it may seem, I found it challenged my response, as a Jesus follower, to the reality of Christ’s resurrection. Why? Because sometimes it’s way too easy,… [ read more ]
Thankfulness—what a great exercise! It makes the heart healthy and puts a smile on our faces. It even lifts a weight from our shoulders. Why, then, do we often neglect to do it? I think of the 10 lepers who cried to Jesus for physical healing (Luke 17:11-19). He granted their request. What happened?… [ read more ]
Fear is rampant but it needn’t paralyze us. Here’s how we can move from fear to freedom.
We yearn for peace, especially when evil happens as it did this week in Boston. Is peace possible? Yes. Here’s how.
How can we be truly radiant without spending billions?
How can we say “Whatever” to God when the going gets tough? Read on to learn what I’ve discovered in the past days and weeks.
Expressing thankfulness—what a great exercise! It makes the heart healthy and puts a smile on our faces. It even lifts a weight from our shoulders. Why, then, do we often neglect to do it? I think of the 10 lepers who cried to Jesus for physical healing (). He granted their request. What happened? Nine… [ read more ]
A couple of months ago, God placed a 30-something woman in the seat next to mine on a flight bound for Minneapolis. The woman slept for the first hour or so, but when she woke from her nap, she immediately engaged me in an amazing , God-ordained conversation. Here’s how it started: “What do you… [ read more ]
Simeon was an old fellow living in Jerusalem at the time of Christ’s birth. Scripture describes him as “righteous” and “devout,” eagerly awaiting the Messiah’s arrival. It also says that the Holy Spirit was upon him. That, it seems, was the key to his living a supernatural life. Simeon was so filled and controlled by… [ read more ]