We all have feelings of inadequacy. That niggling doubt that we’ll never be good enough. We have our own personal companion within our head, always there to let us know when we did something stupid, or embarassing, or when we mess up somehow. And he’s always there to berate us about it. Never is he… Continue reading An Article By: Allyson Jamison
“And now she’s shattered and heart-broken.” She sighed and looked down. “The thing is this,” she continued, “My friend is sure that God promised it.” I stood there listening to her telling me about her friend. A friend who had tried to “help” God keep His promise to her. A friend who was now heartbroken. … Continue reading An Article By: Sarah Susanna Rhomberg
The entire Bible is full of stories of ordinary men and women, the young and the underdogs, whom God used in magnificent and glorious ways. Esther was used to save her people (Esther 4:14). Saul was called from a life of persecuting christians to becoming persecuted for Christ’s sake. (Acts 9) But among these men… Continue reading An Article By: M.L. Milligan
'That was the quickest thing I ever saw,’ I exclaimed to my dad. One minute, I’d been sitting atop a hail bail watching the sun set, waiting for him to finish talking on the phone. I turned around to pick up my pup and the next thing I knew, the sunset was over.
What do you think of when you hear the word “warrior”? Is it a knight, with shining armor, a lance or sword in hand, perched atop a mighty steed? Or is your mind’s eye seeing a more contemporary scene, like a military soldier in full uniform, his gaze laser focused? Both are good examples. But… Continue reading An Article By: M.L. Milligan