Recently, I’ve been thinking about the concept of being still – of conscientiously training my heart, mind, and soul to contemplate and meditate on both the transcendent and the immanent aspects of His nature and applying them to my world, my life, my family, and my day.
“It is important for our children to know that history is not primarily the story of man, it is the story of man inside of the story and display of the sovereignty of God.”
Mark your calendars for the First Episode, coming on July 1st! Hey, kids, do you like stories about weird, cool, and just plain awesome events and people in history? If you do, you’re going to love this podcast show! From creepy abandoned places all over the world to little-known facts about well-known people in history, Angela O’Dell, author of Master…
Over the last three and a half months, I’ve been on a journey of taking my health back. I had noticed that over the last three years, I had been putting on weight. Being someone who has never really struggled with weight (and having the ability to carry it “well”), I wasn’t too worried. I hadn’t been on a scale…
“Even the very hardest of all todays has a gift in it. Psalm 23:4 says, “Even when I walk through the darkest valley [some versions say “the valley of the shadow of death”], I will not be afraid, for You are close beside me.” In my experience, those darkest todays teach me the presence of the Shepherd unlike any of the brightest todays of my life. His comfort and peace show up the brightest and most precious in the darkest times.”