Ecclesiastes 3:1 – “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” Usually when this verse comes to mind, it’s connected to something hard or difficult – a death, someone undergoing chemo, or in a season of waiting. As a teenager, my mom would tell me “Kate, just enjoy right now.” I wasn’t angsty but could always identify something that I was waiting on or wanted to by-pass quickly.
The Leadership Group at the Pizza Ranch Support Center is always encouraging us to share our faith with others; to follow the nudges given…
While we've been talking about J-O-Y this week, I want to encourage you to persevere to put Jesus first, yourself last, and others in between.
About 1 month ago our Church had Compassion Sunday.
I recently read a book that referenced an old saying from an American Indian tribe, "When you were born you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries and you rejoice." What a great life philosophy!
We can be surrounded by people all day, but sometimes not feel like we belong. Many voices, opinions and views bombard us daily, but those may not necessarily be healthy or what we know to be true.
Imagine you are walking through the park with your family when you stumble upon a crowd listening to a man speaking. You've heard rumors…
On Monday this week we looked at pursuing excellent thoughts from Philippians 4:8. While I know God wants our thoughts to be pure, holy, and right, the truth is this can be really hard some days. How do we redeem the days when our mind wanders and our thoughts are not glorifying to God?
You Version Bible App, had a devotional reading from Toby Mach in reference to his song "Steal My Show" The way I interpret Toby's message he is referring to John the Baptist and how John is ready to let step back and let
There’s something of an obsession in our society about a person’s worth. What’s Bill Gates’ worth as opposed to Warren Buffet’s? or Mark Zuckerberg’s? Millionaires, billionaires, and zillionaires - it’s all so far beyond what we normal people experience that we really can’t even image it.
I listened to a podcast last week by Christine Caine about how God’s promises don’t have an expiration date. She gave a real-life example about how if your passport expires, then you don’t get to board a plane and get to your destination; you’re left out/behind.
Are you celebrating Day 4 of Healthy Spiritual Habits? Don't be discouraged if you're not. Every day is a new day of opportunities to start fresh. God's mercies are new every morning, one of my favorite reminders to give others and myself the same grace He's given to me. (Lamentations 3:22-23)