As Christians, we honor the journey that Jesus took to the cross by celebrating Lent, a period of forty days beginning today, “Ash Wednesday” and ending on Easter Sunday. We know that Jesus triumphed over death through His resurrection, but He endured great sorrow and suffering as He willfully gave His life away on the cross.
This Easter season, let's begin a journey of change...to prepare, focus, and reflect on the ultimate sacrifice that Jesus gave — His life.
Every time I see her, it reminds me that soaring high with ideas and dreams is a good thing, but it cannot be done without caution.
Our world is desperate for hope. But what is hope? It is the expectation of what is certain. When we have hope, we actively wait for God's fulfillment of the promises that He has given us. We do not have to remain victims to circumstance, chance, or coincidence. We have a choice. We can choose HOPE.
As we begin this new year, join fellow Warrior Raisers as they share their stories of profound hope fulfilled.
We all carry the scars of our past. The challenge is taking those scars and not hiding them. When we can be fully restored, healed, and made whole — our scars can be illuminated to give God glory.
Through this man's one-sentence prayer, we learn that a life begun in sorrow can end with abundance.
Making (and keeping) treasured friends as an adult can be challenging...especially when you've experienced pain in relationships. With honest reflection, I share a moment of bravery to make a grownup friend.
"Swimming Sideways" is a reminder to not fight the current or swim with it...but to swim parallel..to safety.
Life Lessons from a Feisty 4-year-old. In my latest blog I share how I've been consumed with worry and fear for my child; unable to see the absolute beauty in her recent diagnosis.
I was unable to see her own beautiful acceptance of the way God made her.
Mark 5:21-34 is one of the most beautiful pictures that Scripture gives us when it comes to being surrounded, yet completely alone. And, even in a pressing crowd of people, our Lord knows us, sees us, and will never neglect us.
To all my fellow Warrior Raisers: Aim your Arrows well.