Helping Your Kids Cope With a World Crisis

Lately it seems as though we can barely make it through an entire week without hearing about a world crisis. Whether it’s terrorism or genocide, civil unrest or economic turmoil, Continue Reading →

If Your Light Has Gone Out ~ Grace & Truth (Week 84)

Maybe it’s because my husband and I renewed our vows this past Sunday in a sweet ceremony following our 9-week marriage class… but there was no doubt about what today’s Continue Reading →

Dear Children’s Ministry Worker…

Something fantastic happened at my house several days ago. Something we’re still rejoicing about. I shared about it at Satisfaction Through Christ, and it’s my prayer that you’ll be encouraged. Continue Reading →

Five Ways to Protect Against the Surprise of Evil ~ Grace & Truth (Week 76)

What makes you afraid? What evil possibilities steal your sleep and cause your stomach to knot with dread? Cancer? The death of a loved one? The choices of a wayward child? Continue Reading →

Help When You’re Overwhelmed and Under-Wowed ~ Grace & Truth (Week 74)

 From the end of the earth I will cry to You, When my heart is overwhelmed; Lead me to the rock that is higher than I. Psalm 61:2 This is Continue Reading →

Homesick at Home ~ Grace & Truth (Week 73)

One of my favorite things is hearing my kids sing worship songs. I think their favorite is Building 429’s Where I Belong. You can find that song here, and maybe even listen Continue Reading →

The Journey: Even When You Cannot See ~ Grace & Truth (Week 68)

Sometimes God doesn’t work in the way we want Him to. And make no mistake – that’s a good thing. He knows best. Infinitely so, in fact. But that’s sometimes Continue Reading →

2 Salvation Truths You Might Be Neglecting

Do you have a “besetting sin”? One to which you’re particularly prone, no matter how hard you try to overcome it? Paul exhorts his fellow “runners” in the Christian life to Continue Reading →

God Changes Hearts: Leading Our Loved Ones to Jesus ~ Grace & Truth (Week 63)

I’m guessing that you probably have loved ones who don’t yet know your Jesus. I bet that makes your heart ache. Maybe it’s something you think about often, lifting them Continue Reading →