Sometimes the world feels upside down – pandemics, politics, poverty, crime, and homelessness. But I believe God came to give us hope despite our circumstances.

No matter what you’re going through, there is a God who loves you and who uses others to come alongside you in hope. I’d like to be one of those as you:

  1. Discover God throughout your day, in what I call “God-moments.”
    Meeting God—in Grief
    Hey, Can You Help Me? (Practical Ways to Help Those In Need)
  2. Encourage your heart, soul and mind.
    After the Death of Your Loved One (Grief Cycle)
    But God (When Challenges Become too Much to Handle)
  3. Give you practical ideas and resources to help in your walk of faith.

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As we celebrated Good Friday and Easter Sunday, I thought of both betrayal and new life. I tried to imagine Jesus’ mother, Mary’s feelings through that weekend. I’ve put my thoughts into story form, which helped me identify with her pain and her joy. I hope this will be meaningful to you as well.

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I thought she was hungry. And she was … but not for food. I’m amazed at how my perception of a person changes when I spend time listening to their story.

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Making Room for Love–a Second Time Around

To love again is to risk losing again. Could I make room for a second love after losing my first husband? The question brought both joy and challenges. Friends who questioned me, others who encouraged me, learning to trust God and my own heart in this choice. And I’m so glad I did!

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The Greatest of These is Love

“And now remain these three: faith, hope, and love. And the greatest of these is love.” Why do you think the Apostle Paul said love is the greatest? Do you agree or disagree? Why?

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