Life in the Labyrinth
Every step has a purpose.
Returning to my first love this summer.
In the midst of our promises, real life happens.
There are times when I tell God I don’t want to grow any deeper in my faith for just a little while. I want life to be easy and uncomplicated for a minute.
I can choose to focus on the dreary or I can look for the sun – even if it’s only a glimpse before the clouds return.
It’s so like us to assume God has gone somewhere else – that God has left us on our own.
We come to Advent with many expectations: expectations of ourselves and others; expectations that our current circumstances can’t live up to.
I haven’t really been feeling very deep lately.
In the depths of depression, my mind must fight against my own mind. I must continually remind myself that God is good; God is near; God loves me.
Routine has never been my thing – until it was.
O that you would tear open the heavens and come down, so that the mountains would quake at your presence—as when fire kindles brushwood and the fire causes water to boil—to make your name known to your adversaries, so that the...
My passion is to help people find their story in God’s Word – and then to bring God’s Word into conversation with the everyday-nature of their lives.
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