I had become a single mother, and one year after having my son, I lost my own mother who was my everything. She left a great void, and I was devastated. Here I was, a single mom left to raise a child alone, and I had no clue what to do without my mother. I cried out in desperation, “Lord I need you!”…
Youth Camp is here! Instead of posting articles this week, the blog team is mixing Gatorade, reffing games, and taking pictures at camp. Please join us in praying that God moves in big ways in the lives of our youth! We’ll see you next week.
It’s hard to believe that it has been 15 years since we received the crushing diagnosis that our 20-week unborn child had a severe congenital abnormality. Doctors gave her no hope of being born alive. When you receive a diagnosis like that, your life immediately turns from vivid color to a dull, cloudy gray.
How can we sing the Lord’s song in a foreign land? Israelites exiled to Babylon lamented over this question in Psalm 137, and it’s a question I find myself asking in these storm-tossed times, living in a culture that is increasingly distant from Christian principles.
My Bible reading plan recently took me through Ezekiel, and in case you didn’t already know, I’m here to tell you that book is tough! Ezekiel’s visions and instructions are among the strangest in all the prophets.