Image by Xin on Unsplash Clamoring for the Bottom Rung by Carole L. Haines Even if no one else ever sees down deep in the darkest parts of me I see and God sees or if no one else ever knows the harshest thoughts, the hurts, the wounds . . . I know and … Continue reading Poetry: Clamoring for the Bottom Rung, by Carole L. Haines
Photo by Rafał Rudol on Unsplash A Broken Vessel Made Whole by Robert M. Starr I touched the wood with a trembling hand And felt the blood of a crucified man. He was guiltless, innocent, without sin, Yet He hung on the cross, dying at the hands of men. I thought … Continue reading Poetry: A Broken Vessel Made Whole
Photo by Rod Long (Unsplash) The Remedy for Discouragement by Nicole Byrum It’s a Wonderful Life is a classic Christmas movie loved by many for the last seven decades. I hadn’t seen it for quite some time and enjoyed watching it with my family this past holiday season. It was the first viewing for both … Continue reading Inspirational Post: The Remedy for Discouragement
Image by Elisa CB (Unsplash) Since being back at work after 6 weeks of rest, life has been a whirlwind. The magazine went out, submissions are coming in for the third issue, and I have a steady stream of editing projects on hand on top of my full-time job. There were days I felt like … Continue reading How Do You Handle the Whirlwind?
If you're a goal-driven person struggling with anxiety, stress, busyness, and learning to trust God, this post may be just what you need... Thanks to Armor of God Coffee for publishing this devotional on their blog. https://www.armorofgodcoffee.com/blogs/armor-up/in-god-we-trust-but-do-we-really-learning-to-let-god-handle-our-busyness