I used to think that I was the only one whose mind felt more like a battlefield than a place for ideas to grow. My thoughts are constantly running, oftentimes like a taunting play-by-play of the day's events. Event: Walking into a group. Taunting play-by-play thoughts: You so do not belong here. You don't fit in.
No sound was coming from my phone. I wanted to listen to music, but no matter how many times I increased the volume, no sound came from the tiny speaker. Frustrated and clueless as to how to fix it, I did what anyone in my position would do: I handed my phone to my teenager!
When Scotty McCreery released his summer theme song "Feelin' It," I was instantly hooked. Probably because deep down I'll always be a beach-loving, flip-flop Florida girl at heart. But whereas I might always be feelin' a beach day, sometimes I'm just not feelin' it spiritually. And often, my lack of feelin' it comes at odd
Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to be in the crowd the day Jesus fed the 5,000? As your hungry belly reminds you that lunchtime has come and gone, your heart will not let you leave the presence of the man who speaks with an authority you can't explain. You see
Lord, Your people are hurting. The fight is exhausting. We try to stand for you, yet continually find ourselves getting knocked down. Standing in the light of Your love makes for an illuminated target. The enemy is relentless in his pursuit-a fact that makes our hearts soar with anticipation of what you must have in store,
Working on the manuscript today (pretty much what I will be doing every day for the next month until it's done!) I am writing a scene based on true events where I needed to reference the song "You're Not Alone" by Meredith Andrews. I couldn't remember the song, so I looked it up. What a