Category Archives: Seeking God

Remember, Don’t Waste YOUR seasons of waiting!

 Do you ever feel that waiting on something to happen is like being stuck in time? Stuck in life? I have. But I’ve discovered that waiting on God is an active pursuit of His will. Of His ways and His

Are you in God’s Waiting Room? You’re Not Alone!

“After waiting patiently, Abraham received what was promised.” (Hebrews 6:15 NIV) When you’re waiting on God, remember that you’re in good company. Millions of saints before you have sat in God’s waiting room. You’re not alone. In fact if you’re

Invitation For You to the Great House of God!

God’s greatest desire is to be your dwelling place — the home for your heart. He doesn’t want to be merely a weekend getaway. He has no interest in being a Sunday bungalow or even a summer cottage. He wants

God is Guiding You!

“This is your captain speaking. Welcome aboard. Our flight today will reach a cruising altitude of 33,000 feet. The weather looks good and we should arrive at our destination in approximately one hour and 20 minutes. Until then, sit back,

What You say to yourself matters!

Who hasn’t experienced negative self-talk? Years ago, a knowledgeable guide delighted our group of moms and kids on a field trip to a local historic site. But I sensed her emptiness and wanted to talk to her about the Lord.

Are You Struggling to Find Faith?

      Faith! Faith? Faith can be a struggle whether the struggle is intellectual or based on hard life experiences or withering losses. How can we find faith, and in finding faith, also find ourselves in a better story?

Grab Hold of the Lifeline!

My mom suffered an exceptionally awful day when we moved her from independent to assisted living. Like many people with dementia experiencing a change, she defiantly cussed, yelled, and got physically aggressive. Her pupils grew constricted, and the sparkle that

Stressed? 6 Bible Verses That may Help!

Last night, I made my oh-so-long to-do list including numerous chapters to write for a tight book deadline, travel arrangements to make, conference calls, notes for classes, mountains of laundry—let’s just say that I thought about not getting up today.

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