Need something refreshing? Join me in Psalm 145 to be reminded of God’s goodness and sustaining gifts.
As we ring in the New Year, the world has a demanding question – “how do you intend to better yourself this year?”
If you feel “not-enough” or “inadequate” before you set out on your resolution journey, you are very likely to continue feeling that way no matter what you accomplish. Trying to set goals and strategize our way into adequacy is a spinning wheel that can lead to exhaustion, defeat, and shame.
Before getting too deep into this year’s resolution (or deciding not to set any goals at all), please read today’s article. I am so excited for us to experience the joys of this journey rather than falling into “self-optimization fatigue”.
“God, can you help me ‘want to’ forgive?”
What makes forgiveness so hard? In today’s post, I share concepts that broke down barriers and diminished my hesitancies toward forgiveness of seemingly unforgivable offenses.
Take a look to see if it challenges your understanding of forgiveness.
My son is now 14 years old – the same age I was when I experienced significant loss and trauma. How does this affect me 29 years later?
Whether you or someone you walk along side has experienced death of a loved one, unfaithfulness within marriage, witnessed or experienced trauma, or has lived during a world-wide pandemic, learn about hypervigilance (a trauma response) and steps toward hope and healing.
“Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, ‘I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.'” John 8:12
Today, Good Friday, is a day to really meditate and seek an understanding regarding the paradox of something at once being atrocious and wonderful. We must go through Good Friday in order to get to Easter.