Welcome to our third week of diving into our understanding of God’s LOVE. The writing for our blog is taken from the chapter Damaged Spirits from my book Healing for our Soul Gardens. This week we are focusing on the concept that God’s love is the substance of what we all need. I look forward… Read More God’s Love is the Substance We All Need
This is week two on our discussion on our concept of LOVE. Understanding the difference between the world’s view of love and God’s view of love, helps us to learn to embrace God’s love for us. I look forward to hearing from you all your thoughts on this topic this week. (Excerpts from Healing for… Read More What is Your View of Love?
This week we will begin to dive into the concept of love and some of the reasons we struggle with trusting God because of our damaged spirits. The next few weeks the writing for our blog will be taken from the chapter Damaged Spirits from my book Healing for our Soul Gardens. In order to… Read More Unlovable: My Damaged Concept of Myself
Peace be still…..(Mark 4:39) Peace I give to you….(John 14:27) Be still and know that I am God….(Psalm 46:10) All of these scriptures are speaking to my heart this morning. Busy lives, busy season, busy…busy…busy. Life can be so rushed, hurried and at times it feels as if I am gasping to catch a breath… Read More Help! I’m Juggling Multiple Plates…
Our morning started with songs of worship. We joined with a local ministry and some rescued women for their daily worship service before they went to work. The beauty in the women was remarkable, truly God’s overcomers. The joy of the Lord was all over them and I felt so honored to join with them… Read More Thailand Series: Day Two Morning
Sounds of thunder roar with an intensity of power and strength. Flashes of light fill the sky and buckets of rain fall down upon the earth. The roads and walkways have become wet with tears from heaven as I believe the rain is a sign of God’s heart breaking. Lady boys are lined up along… Read More Thailand Series: Day One
With tear filled eyes we stood in our son’s bedroom and I found that my feet were unable to move. My husband looked at me and then turned to our son and said, “I think you mom needs a hug.” Leaving his room took on so much meaning to me in that moment. If I… Read More Be Still and Know