When You’re Fighting for Your Life: Anthem of a Survivor

A dear lady in my church - let's call her L -  is fighting for her life today. In just a couple of hours L will undergo a surgery which she may not survive. She has battled chronic illness for years now and after a recent fall, faces yet another major setback. Her heart has... Continue Reading →

The Elasticity of Hope: When You’re Going Through a Painful Stretch

I love running, but stretching...not so much. There's just something about it. Maybe it's the initial pain and discomfort it causes, not to mention the time it takes. Personally, I'd rather just get on with the workout. But stretching has its place. It helps with flexibility, range of motion, and blood circulation, to name just... Continue Reading →

More Proof of God’s Love

There's a concept in Christianity that doesn't get much airtime these days, yet it's biblical. It's the idea that God disciplines those He loves. Maybe the reason we avoid it is because it sounds kind of harsh, or mean. But the truth is that God's discipline has everything to do with His love and concern... Continue Reading →

Dissed in December – When it isn’t the Happiest Season of All

If you're feeling dissed in December, welcome to the party. I mean, maybe it's just me, but have you noticed how family drama escalates during the holidays? Actually, it is well-documented that "the happiest season of all" can also be the most stressful. There is just something about the month of December that can be... Continue Reading →

When the Bottom Falls Out – 5 Helpful Steps

What to Do When Life Plunges You The plunge can be hard on a person. Take Evan, for example. His work is going great. Everything is clicking, falling into place. He's doing a good job and feels good about it. Then out of nowhere, on a dime, things take a bad turn for Evan and... Continue Reading →

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