Serving through grief

Grief can be so debilitating at times. When I don’t feel like my “old self” in times of grief, I often feel I don’t have anything of value to offer someone else.

This “Moment of Prayer” post is designed to take less than 1 minute. If, in your grief, you feel like you have nothing to offer, please take a minute to read this prayer.

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True Compassion

I’m not sure how long this post will take to read, certainly longer than the normal 3-5 minutes. It is long, but it contains something that has been sitting on the deepest parts of my heart for years, so I hope you’ll take the plunge. Whatever you would need me to say to get you to read, pretend like I just said that!

So what is the topic? Unplanned pregnancy and abortion. Please don’t run away; this is truly an article for everyone to take part in, whether you are pro-choice or pro-life or think it doesn’t pertain to you at all. Thank you for taking the time to read.

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Just as I am…

God’s adoption of us is amazing, but there is a whole imperfect journey before we get to the happily ever after.

Romans 8 is filled with so much truth to encourage us. We don’t need rose colored glasses; we can face all that is behind and before us, yet still live in freedom. Will you join me for today’s devotional?

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Agony of Waiting

Waiting… it can be so difficult to wait on news of the new job, medical results, or to move out of this incredibly difficult season of life.

Join me for today’s “Moment of Prayer”, designed to take only one minute to read. At the end of the prayer, you will find additional reading to encourage and support you during your season of waiting.

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Through It

Imagine coming face to face with a roaring river. Who, in their right might, would just trudge through it rather than finding a way around or over it?

When dealing with suffering or shame, it seems most logical to just go around it, but is it true that “what you resist persists”? Join me for some Biblical insight into facing the raging river head on, helping us avoid lingering, generational consequences and pain.

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