Archives for September 2016

Grace For the Husbands

Typically, I shy away from writing anything marriage related, because I do not feel qualified to hand out advice to others on the subject, nor do I have it all together myself.  However, this is an area that the Lord brought to my attention years ago and it’s one that I feel compelled to share. […]

How to Trust God When Nothing’s Going Right

Time to be honest, friends. For me, the last two months have been filled with unexpected setbacks and uncertainty. My heart’s felt a little beaten and bruised. And despite my best efforts, I don’t know what the next weeks or months hold. Oh, and I got pooped on by a pigeon. That happened, too. In […]

A Life Not Yet Experienced

My life has been rather uneventful compared to others. I don’t want to appear to be boastful I just want to state that I have had a very good life. I have not experienced great disappointments or loss. I have not experienced abuse, and my parents did not divorce. In fact, they are still living, […]

Two sides of the fence

On the attack or the defense? There are two statements that are dangerous to our walk as believers. I sadly have been in situations where I’ve used both excuses. Either to build up some level of superiority or make excuses for my sin. Countless times I’ve heard many believers use these statements and I just […]

Waiting on the Storm

Second Corinthians 5:7 says that we are to “Walk by faith and not by sight.” As of late, I’ve needed to be reminded of that. Have you ever felt like the waves of life are continually crashing over you? Eventually, you regain your bearings only to have another ten footer knock you right back under […]