In this episode, my guest, Julie Holmquist, and I talk about the fact that even in spite of hardships and difficulties that God has allowed, He still shows us how to find hope. Julie has been through trial after trial. She shares practical ways to maintain hope in the midst of hardships.
Sometimes life takes a fast, unexpected curve, tossing us back and forth with uncertainty. When life becomes uncertain or threatens to fall apart, you can give up or heed the call to trust God more.
Recent events have caused me to introspect, and dive deep into finding out what the Bible says about racism. It’s a delicate issue and God has plenty to say about it. Read more for 8 things to consider from Scripture about racism.
Nelson Mandela said “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love.”
Join me with my guest Christina Custodio for an honest, open dialogue about the issue of racism. Learn what we can do to be more sensitive to the pain and insults received by our brothers and sisters of a different race.
How many times have you been in darkness without a plan to make it through it? Maybe you’ve faced challenges financially, with relationships or in health. In this situation, I was literally in the dark. But I realized that trusting God in the dark is very much like getting ready in the dark. You can’t see Him but you have to believe anyway.