“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11, NIV).
Why Can’t We Trust God? made the Chanticleer Book Reviews long-list. Woo-Hoo!!
Jesus is God, walking the walk alongside us, to show us the way. And in this way proved to everyone watching that God is good to His Word and willing to walk the talk to lead us home.
“How terrifying it is when we realize we have become the very thing we fear the most.”
So, if you are alone this Christmas, know that someone misses you. And in my heart, I know God is good, caring for you and loving all of you.
Belly Full of Butterflies? Remember that queasy, flip-flopping feeling as you approached the front door to your old grade school? You know, the icky anticipation of that quiz you “Forgot” to study for last night, choosing instead to watch American
I enjoy figs. Dried figs have a chewy, honey, sweet, delectable flavor that I could enjoy all day and not tire of it. But that creamy decadence comes at a price. According to Fletcher (September 1999), harvesting the fruit can
Trusting God Through Mental Illnesses A Guest Blog By Shaina Wise As a little girl living at the first house I can remember, I used to lay on the sofa with my mom to watch Touched By An Angel. Sometimes I
Brothers and Sisters, I am excited to send you a note introducing my Sneak Peek Page for my book releasing in November, “Why Can’t We Trust God?” Please take a look and let me know what you think. I hope
Scoot I recently traveled to Philadelphia and from there to Seattle and Tacoma. It wasn’t a long trip, only about a week, and at most a six-hour flight between cities. I’m really not a good traveler. A homebody is how