10.13.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Prodigals

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• I love the story of the prodigal and I love that no matter how we travel from God’s will and plan for our lives, His grace and redemption is just a prayer away. Today, as you pray, if you are a prodigal, please ask the Holy Spirit to give you peace and reassurance that God still wants you back. You … Continue reading 10.13.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Prodigals

The Sin of Indifference

Love and hate. Love is an intense feeling of deep affection while hate is an intense feeling of dislike. They are polar opposites, yet we find both terms discussed throughout the Bible. When we read Scripture, we often read about God’s love. John 3:16 is, arguably, the most popular verse in all of Scripture to sum up God’s love for us: “For God so loved … Continue reading The Sin of Indifference

Old Habits Meet Humility

I haven’t written lately because honestly, I’ve had a massive case of writer’s block. This has been very discouraging, A few weeks ago, I had so many thoughts and ideas, there weren’t enough hours in the day to write them all! I could hardly get things typed fast enough. However, God slowed me down, and I think I know the reason. I needed to regain … Continue reading Old Habits Meet Humility

New Year, New Changes

We are days away from ushering in 2017 and already, I see Facebook covered in posts about making changes in the new year.  Roughly half our country will make a New Year’s Resolution.  While about half of those resolutions will center around weight loss and fitness, many people seek to make personal changes and embrace self-improvement. I recently had a conversation with a friend, who, during the … Continue reading New Year, New Changes

Worry Is Insulting to God

On Sunday, my husband and I watched a sermon by Dr. Charles Stanley on the temptation of Jesus.  This was a great message that really convicted my heart several times. One of the things the sermon challenged me to do was to specifically pray that the Holy Spirit reveal areas of my life where I succumb to temptation without even being aware of it…  I’m … Continue reading Worry Is Insulting to God

Self-Awareness vs. Self-Awareness

Since 2013, the term “selfie” has been recognized as a word by the Oxford Dictionary because of how many images we take of ourselves.  In 2013, it was estimated that over 1 million selfies were taken per day, and a 2015 article reports that women between the ages of 16 – 25 spend an average of five hours per week taking selfies, selecting the perfect … Continue reading Self-Awareness vs. Self-Awareness

Transformation in Christ

I recently overheard a conversation where a woman introduced herself as a “Transformation Coach.”  I was curious what that meant, so I whipped out my iPhone and did what any other modern, curious mind does — I Googled it.  The definition is: Transformation Coaching is a highly effective and rapid means of releasing the hidden potential of people, and helping you reach your goals and objectives more … Continue reading Transformation in Christ