I just had lunch with a sweet friend who is recently divorced after seven years of marriage. She tried everything she could to stay married; but when the person you are married to no longer wants to be married it is a hard battle to continue here
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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 like never before!
Behind the dark sleep-deprived eyes of these young Marines one can see continue here
Job is not a book that I would choose to read often, but for whatever reason, it keeps popping up. And, since God is bringing it to my attention, I decided I need to perhaps pay a little closer attention to it.
We know the story; Job, a blameless man, who, through no fault of his own, loses everything. It’s all about innocent suffering. But something caught my eye this morning…
“What I feared has come upon me; what I dreaded has happened to me. I have no peace, no quietness; I have no rest, but only turmoil.” Job 3:25-26 NIV
Oh boy, do I have the questions… and continue reading here
Wherever you are in your faith walk, when it comes to tests, I have some great news, some good news and some bad news for you…
Here’s the bad news first: find more here