It happens every year. About a week before the calendar rolls over and ushers in a new year, I start seeing posts about New Year Resolutions, and offers for courses and strategies to “Make this the best year ever” for weight loss, organization, dreaming bigger, exercising more and weighing less. You get the idea. Instead of setting New Year’s Resolutions that require that I do more or be more, I’ve decided I’ll aim for less so I can make room for God. Let me explain.
If you have ever questioned who you are, what your purpose is, or how God views you, then this show is the perfect show for you. Join me with my guest, Holley Gerth, as we talk about walking in our true identity in Christ.
Holley helps us understand some of the most common lies we believe, where these lies come from, and how to replace these lies with life-giving truth about our true identity in Christ.
If you or someone you know is healing after abortion, you may wonder if you are forgiven? Does God still love you? What about God’s grace and mercy? Can your life still have purpose and meaning? Jessica DeYoung shares from her experience 5 things that will give you hope in the healing journey ahead.
In the current season, I have to wonder if perhaps our journey isn’t necessarily so much about becoming something or someone. Maybe it’s about unbecoming the things you were never really meant to be, so that you can be who God created you to be.
Read more for 9 Bible Verses about becoming who God created you to be.
During a recent afternoon with a friend, we happened upon a gorgeous garden. She offered to pull over to the side of the road so that I could jump out and take some photos.
I always seem to connect with God best through nature. Knowing this about me, she frequently indulges my “need” to capture His beauty in photos.
I was delighted to see beautiful butterflies everywhere. But, a butterfly doesn’t start out beautiful. It goes through a process. Read more for 4 steps to transformation as you prepare for the new in life.