How do you say “enough” in a world that has fine-tuned its messaging so as to make you continually dissatisfied with everything you currently own? It is possible but you have to fight for it!
Is debt robbing you of your plans, hopes, and dreams? Are the footprints of debt on your life – stress, depression, hopelessness? Declare war on debt and live into the freedom of doing what you want to do with your finances.
Perhaps we need to reset our religion? Do we need to convert traditions or change churches? Not at all! It doesn’t matter which church you attend. Resetting your religion means one thing: stop going to church and start being the church.
Maybe it’s our rhythm of life that needs a reset? Our lives are busy and with busyness comes distraction and clutter and it’s easy to get things out of balance. Reset our focus on the important things and ensure they have the time on our calendar they deserve.
Often our relationships need a reset. We need good, healthy friendships. Those where we can trust it’s safe but also where we are challenged to grow. Scripture: Ecclesiastes 4:7-12
Do you sometimes wish life had a reset button? Like the one you press on your computer when it gets stuck and stops responding? Or how you can reset your wireless router at home when things stop working? God gives us a reset button that allows us to put every aspect of our lives back […]
If you’re like most people, each January goes something like this: You choose a problematic behavior that has plagued you for years and vow to reverse it. In fact, you can probably think of two or three undesirable habits—make that four or five. Thus begins the litany of imperfections to be perfected commonly known as […]
Where is the Child? The Christmas birth announcements have been fulfilled. Zechariah and Elizabeth have a son named John. Mary and Joseph have a son named Jesus. From there the Christmas story moves to a group of wise men asking: “Where is the child?” That question and their search for Jesus set off a chain […]
The Christmas story advances as Zechariah and Elizabeth’s baby is born. They went against the conventions of culture and time and insisted on naming their boy John. And the question from those witnessing the moment: “What will this child become?” It’s a question that speaks to John’s calling as well as ours. What is our […]