Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World is one of those books that most Jesus-following women, involved in women ministry or even maybe found it on their own, have heard about. They have discovered the one necessary thing that is discussed in this book based on Luke 10:38-42. This book is well-received, because of its…… Continue reading “Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World”
I am weary. I am broken. I am socially awkward. I take more demands than I ought to. I often people-please. We come to the Lord with this list of what we are. God sees all that we are, and He pours His love over us! We come weary, broken, tired, overloaded, and just wondering what…… Continue reading Awkward but Divine Appointments
For the next two weeks, I am going through “The Best Yes” alongside a certain set of Scriptures to help me gain deeper insight from this study. Today’s Scripture is Proverbs 22:3. “A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.” Are we going to be people that are aware, and…… Continue reading The Prudent…Foresee the Danger and Take Precautions.
One thing about having a chronic illness is the fear that the good day (or moment) of little to no symptoms will soon end. I mean after all, good things must end at some point… Right? My nemesis is generalized weakness. I get weak. I mean I literally just have to stand, and symptoms come…… Continue reading Enjoy the Hard Times
I think when you have a chronic illness or any tragedy in your life really, it is easy to feel lost. It is easy to feel disconnected from the world around you, your community of Christ followers (small Bible study group, accountability group of friends, Sunday school class, your spiritual family, etc), and just sorta…… Continue reading Save the Lost