The holidays will never be the same. After you lose someone you love, you’re not the same, either. These five ways to get through the holidays when you’re grieving won’t erase your pain or bring anyone back from the dead, but they may help you find a little hope, peace, and acceptance. It sucks, I’m so sorry for your loss! […]
“What do you want to have spent your life doing?” I wrestled with that question all day Saturday. Sunday came, and so did Pastor Craig’s sermon about where we go (the bad place? the good place?) after we breathe our last.
You’re a believer, a woman of faith, a Christian woman who is growing spiritually…why, then, do you keep comparing yourself to other Christians? How do you stop measuring your spiritual growth against theirs?
Asking “What does God want me to do?” is normal — especially if you’re trying to decide what to do about a troubled relationship, job, family situation, health challenge or other major life issue. Here’s the good news: figuring what God wants you to do may be easier than you think.
You’re a new creation in Jesus Christ – but how do you actually become a different person and live in inspiration, joy, love and faith? These three tips for blossoming into who God created you to be are inspired by my own recent experience.
Your sister hurt you. It won’t be easy to forgive her, but forgiveness is the healthiest choice you could ever make. Forgiving a toxic, unhealthy, or even abusive sister isn’t about becoming a better person or even restoring broken family relationships. It’s about healing your heart, spirit and soul so you can move forward with freedom, peace, and joy.