Impressions are made in the small parts of our day. It is not in grand spaces of time with large noticeable stamps that these engravings are formed.
Take a ride-along with Anne down the streets of Suan Nonsi to their home – Mubaan Suan Nonsi.
The plain truth is that the Scriptures never teaches us to wait for opportunities of service, but to serve in just the things that lie next to our hands.
Now here’s something to “doodle” about!
What is love? Such a simple, yet profound truth. We have heard it over and over again.
Part 2 of what the Bible says about being a Drama Queen and the way to P.E.A.C.E.
How BIG of a Drama Queen are you? Find out what the Bible says about it.
This is by far the easiest, most delicious, cheapest, healthiest dessert or snack you’ll get your hands on.
Take this quick quiz and find out who really is in control of your health!
I don’t know what changes will be on my horizon for this next year, but I do know one thing: There will be changes! As much as we might try to say, “NOW my life is perfect. God, can I just stay right here?” that is unlikely to happen.
There’s just something wonderful about being able to say you were able to see two couples get married and be a part of it. ::Post by Hannah::
Five how-to tips on preparing a meal and your home for guests.
Verse-by-verse thoughts on equipping ourselves with the armor God has provided to conquer the Devil.
Five tips on preparing a meal and your home for guests.
As I looked back over my life, I am overwhelmed at how wonderful the Lord has been to me. I am thankful to the Lord for every year of my life. I am thankful for my salvation and for the opportunity to serve the Lord with my life…
Like a child letting go of her father’s hand while perched upon the balance beam, there is that exciting, fearful, anticipatory feeling knowing all must be well because my father stands so near, yet knowing that my feeble legs must take that first step, knowing all too well the paralyzing nature of fear.
God doesn’t ask [women] to be a “Moses,” or leaders in the church or on the mission field or even in the home.
So deep the love of Christ for us,
Our sin he chose to bear.
When we had naught but hate and scorn,
Within our hearts to share.
Early in the morning I hear footsteps coming down the hallway, “Hi, Mommy!” a cheerful 2-year-old voice says as he opens the curtains and sends blinding sunlight into my weary eyes. “Lord, do I have to do this again?” I silently cry out to God in desperation and exhaustion…
“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.”