Jul 22, 2019

MultiColor Monday: Waiting

Multicolor Monday: Sharing exhortation and inspiration from other members of the body of Christ, that we may all benefit from the gifts God has given them. (Romans 12, 1 Corinthians 12)

Waiting.

A word that's about as popular as "patience".

Jul 19, 2019

What Are You Planting?

Sometimes working out our salvation (growing in faith) is like gardening in hard, rocky soil. It takes investment of time, energy, perseverance, and a boatload of sweat. Fruitful gardening takes work!

Jul 15, 2019

Multicolor Monday: Holiness


Multicolor Monday: Sharing exhortation and inspiration from other members of the body of Christ, that we may all benefit from the gifts God has given them. (Romans 12, 1 Corinthians 12)
When you hear the word “holiness”, do you picture a somber-looking individual with their hands folded in prayer? For a long time, that was one of my go-to pictures…along with words like aloof, impossible to attain, boring, and very religious.

Jul 12, 2019

Productive vs. Fruitful

This morning during my quiet time, I felt weary. Work has been busy, schedule is full, time is flying by. All is well – I love my job, the scheduled activities are fun, and I am healthy. 

Yet I’m weary. 

Jul 10, 2019

Run for the Prize


I read a verse today in 1 Corinthians that jumped out at me:

Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize (1 Cor 9:24, NIV, emphasis mine)

Jul 8, 2019

Perpetual Dawn


Over three years ago the Lord gave me this insight about the perpetual dawn I camped out in. I couldn’t write it down because I was driving, so I dictated it into the Notes app on my phone.

Saturday I found it when searching for something else. His timing is amazing…and I am now cutting the weeds away from my campsite.

Jul 5, 2019

Where's the Fruit?

Yesterday I had breakfast with a dear friend of mine. We talked about the Lord’s activity in our lives, sharing joys and struggles in our journeys. She passed along an interesting challenge she received: