Category: Life Journey Journal

His Reckless Love is Greater Than – Wounds to Wins Sidenote

Accepting the gift of salvation and not bothering to know your Savior is like accepting a beautifully wrapped present and then placing it on a shelf and never discovering the wonderful things inside. A saved life should be a changed life. We either choose to work toward change or we choose to remain as we … Continue reading His Reckless Love is Greater Than – Wounds to Wins Sidenote

Exchanging Platitude for Gratitute – The real key to peace in a fallen world

Exchanging Platitude for Gratitute – The real key to peace in a fallen world

Among debates on gun control and gun rights (after another school shooting this past week), continued hate for President Trump spewing across social media and news outlets that have long forgotten their role to provide us with unbiased and actual "news" -- I desire more than anything to focus my mind, time, energy -- and … Continue reading Exchanging Platitude for Gratitute – The real key to peace in a fallen world

He’s a Just God, but Never Just God

Have you ever thought of why in group prayers, we use the word "just" often? "God, ...just work in the life of her, ...just give me peace today, ...just provide here, ...just place your healing hands..." I think it's mostly just a habit. But have you ever considered how that word automatically sets limits around … Continue reading He’s a Just God, but Never Just God

Allowing God’s Word to Take Root Before the Attack will Equip us to Overcome

God is in the business of rebuilding, restoring, and renewing the lives of those who desire to yield to his will and live beyond themselves. But when the enemy takes a hold and we give into a season of sin, we may feel like we will never experience the victory. If we have sewn God's … Continue reading Allowing God’s Word to Take Root Before the Attack will Equip us to Overcome

When your will isn’t enough to overcome your weariness 

I had an amazing time at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers conference back in April -- wait, April?! Has it really been almost five months? How disappointing that I haven't accomplished more. And I was doing so good at self-care and working on my recent WIPs... then summer hit. Summer has never been a good … Continue reading When your will isn’t enough to overcome your weariness