Have you ever faced a situation and made “if only” statements? You know, those things in life that make you think, “Man, if only that hadn’t happened…”?
Gratitude is not about what I have in my hand (or cabinets, or closets). It’s about what’s in my heart. It took reducing what I owned to be thankful for what God’s given me.
What do you believe about prayer? I’ve heard many people say lots of things about praying, and I’ve realized there are some common myths out there. Let’s talk about a few of them.
Last year I started experiencing a health issue. At first I tried to ignore it, thinking it was temporary and nothing serious. As time went on, it became clear that this was not going away, at least not on its own.
Having a good marriage takes work, but it’s worth the effort. Being intentional about spending time together is a vital part of having a strong and healthy relationship with your spouse. One great way to get that time is to plan regular date nights.
Tidings of comfort and joy. Peace on the earth, good will towards men. Merry and bright. The most wonderful time of the year.
Life is full of possibilities and opportunities, isn’t it? Sometimes they spark excitement at the thought of what could be waiting for us round the corner. But if you’re like me, you’ve encountered a bit of hesitation or fear when you’re faced with the unknown.
I have a handy little gadget – an emergency phone charger. I charge it at home, then keep it with me as I go about my day. If my phone battery gets low, I can pull out my emergency charger and it will give the battery a boost. It’s not usually a full charge, but it’s enough to last until I can get home and get it back to 100%.