We collectively bear witness to the loss of lives to COVID-19 and the cumulative stress of keeping ourselves healthy. The truth is, we are living in a time of storm and stress.
Maybe you don’t know – at least for now – and that’s okay. In the meantime, just live your life with grace and truth wherever God has led you to be.
My call is to work for God, whether as homemaker or professional and in all of life’s shifting seasons. I still feel torn between my new identity as a mom and my career aspirations.
Every year, it seems that the Christmas season gets a little busier, a little crazier, and much more stressful. You may be scratching your head wondering — is it possible to have a stress-free Christmas?
Depression is a hard thing to understand, and an even harder thing to explain. But you don’t have to ‘get it’ to help your loved ones this holiday season.
A few titles that rose to the top of my list while I was preparing to teach a discipleship course on what it means to be “good busy.” These books influenced my habits and attitudes related to time, and I hope you’ll find at least one that interests and helps you, too.
God’s grace? I know God’s grace. I know that it’s sufficient and wide-reaching and freely given, not earned. I know what I’m supposed to know. But grace doesn’t sink in and I live as though God’s grace is enough for everybody except me.