I’ve had two people I love admit suicide has crossed their minds. TWO.
While I can’t imagine losing everything in a tornado, I am reminded of the storm that hit my life over seven years ago. My perfect life as pastor’s wife and mother was hit by an EF-5 known as adultery and divorce.
If we want to find the freedom God created for us, we must be willing to bring our sins into the light
If you aren't being transformed by the renewing of your mind, you are being conformed to this world. What are you doing today?
I. Am. Overwhelmed I know I am not alone. I know there are many of us suffering from exhaustion and spiritual dryness in the midst of this pandemic—and just life in general.
I don’t know about you, but I long to be a woman after God’s own heart.
My divorce was not the end of my life. Instead, God has used it for His glory!
I’ve thought about this blog post all week, wondering what to say and how to say it. I know no matter what I say, it simply won’t be sufficient.
I would give anything to go back to those sleepless nights and exhausting days. But I also look forward to seeing you fly!
But Saul wasn’t always the angry and vengeful king we remember. Saul had a calling on his life. He was hand-picked by God, anointed by Samuel to be the first king of Israel. Scripture states clearly that God gave Saul a new heart and the Spirit of God came upon him powerfully. What caused the downward spiral?