Thank you to all the hardworking men out there who give their all for their families! You are appreciated not just today but everyday.
Gone but not forgotten. Remembering our brave heroes.
I don’t know about you but recently I have been encountering more spiritual warfare than usual, which means I am doing something that makes the enemy worried. I am moving forward, despite all outward appearances and the warfare I am encountering. It can be hard to keep focused in the midst of all the interference.Continue reading “The Biggest Threat to The Enemy”
The kingdom has been on my heart and mind lately, especially “Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven,” from Matthew 6:10. In his book Think Differently Lead Differently, Bob Hamp has a section that touches on what is key to understanding the kingdom, where it resides, and howContinue reading “Your Kingdom Come”
Yesterday, I was driving around town running errands and the song “Man in the Mirror” came on the radio. The song is a ballad that touches on a man being honest for the first time about his tendency of pretending not to see people in need in order to avoid helping. It was that momentContinue reading “Never Underestimate the Power of One Person”
After experiencing first-hand the winter storms that came through last week, it put a lot of things in perspective for me. I am thankful for so many things. We can choose to focus on the good or the bad. I’ve decided to focus on what’s good. So, on this Monday, I’ve decided to start theContinue reading “It’s a Good Day”
The Lord has really been speaking to me about this recently. Manifesting what we want starts with being thankful for what we have and then holding on fearlessly to the promises God has made to you until it becomes a reality.
Through a series of seemingly unrelated—but clearly God-ordained events—I have been reminded this week that it really is the small things that matter in life. The first few days of this week didn’t quite go as planned and I had to change things up, which turned out to be a very good thing. It forcedContinue reading “The Small Things That Matter”