When was the last time you quit because you were frustrated? When was the last time someone asked you for help, only to abandon the project? When was the last time you felt like you were the only one doing all the work all the time?
It is easy to feel like you’re the only one working on a project – whether it is a project as personal and private as your personality, or as public as launching a new program at church – when you don’t see continue here
According to Statisticsbrain 21% of us resolved to losing weight, 17% of us want to make life improvements and do more good deeds and 27% of us did not maintain our resolutions through the first week of January. How are you doing?
If you are experiencing success, let me encourage you to hang in there because almost half of us will continue here
This little guy has the heart and soul of a warrior – he is always ready for battle. If there is no battle to fight, he creates one. He engages fearlessly and never thinks about losing.
He is ready to fight for what is right at a moment’s notice, and clearly, he has the outfit! So what if he’s wearing flip flops. And, who cares if his storm trooper uniform is from a century light years ahead of his gladiator mask. Oh, and the gun… plastic… it doesn’t even shoot nerf bullets. Nevertheless, he’s ready to defend his cause – whatever that cause might be!
When it comes to spiritual things, many of us wish we were as brave as this little guy is. But we aren’t. We are keep reading here
It is Thanksgiving week , and all of us have many good things to be thankful for, however, what about all the bad/hard/difficult/not fun things? Are we thankful for those?
The Apostle Paul commands us, “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 NIV)
But how do we do that? How can we continue reading here
Listen up, Christians, there are some things we need to learn about preparing our children, our leaders, and ourselves for the spiritual battles we will inevitably face and the United States Marine Corps is a really good teacher!
You may recall that I wrote about my sister’s son, Zach, leaving for boot camp last summer. Well, the next big event on his agenda is The Crucible. After watching a WGN video depicting the final events of The Crucible (watch it here) I have to say, I am praying for my nephew, and his parents, like never before!
Behind the dark sleep-deprived eyes of these young Marines one can see continue here
Are. You. Kidding. Me?
Seriously, I know squirrels will find seeds, and I know birdfeeders are a great place to find them; but this birdfeeder — I thought for sure this seed cage was out of reach! Honestly, look where it is hanging!
It’s twelve feet off the ground, up a concrete wall, and find more here
They are everywhere… reminders to get a flu shot. Like most of you, I ignored them. I got my first flu shot in college, because everyone else did, but that was the last time I thought about it for years.
Why didn’t I get flu shots annually? I didn’t need them. I never had the flu and I continue here