Walking with God is not always as clear as we would like for it to be. But then, maybe we shouldn’t desire for it to be clear. Walking with God is about trusting Him… trusting his Son, Jesus, to be who he has destined to be in our lives. And allowing the Holy Spirit to … More Walking into the presence of God
Have you ever lost your voice? If not, I’m sure you have heard someone who has. It’s an unusual experience and a bit painful. You are the same person you were the day before – you just can’t communicate the way you are accustomed. I love music. There is no telling how much money I … More How’s your voice?
It has been awhile since I have posted here. I realize that it is a technical mistake to not continually post – especially if one wants to keep those following as a follower. I appreciate those who have messaged me or spoke with me in some way that I needed to write. That’s always so … More Overwhelmed with the presence of God
I keep reading James 4 and 5. It seems like for the past couple of years I will go through moments where I keep going back to these two chapters… over and over. The other morning I sat down to read and James 4 came to mind so once again I begin to read. The … More Have you been accused of cheating on God?
After my run up Pine Mountain I spent some time sitting enjoying the scenery and the cool breeze. I was the only one up there for the first 10 minutes or so. I was later joined by a woman who apparently ran up behind me then two other men who had hiked up with water … More The other side of the mountain
…it is nothing short of wonderful! I love the Fall season. The cool crisp air. The leaves turning colors. I also enjoy the rain that typically accompanies the season. A couple of weeks ago I went for a run on Pine Mountain. It’s a beautiful little trail on the east side of our town. The … More When your path intersects with God…
Perfect timing for Margaret Feinberg’s latest book, Wonderstruck. Her new book is set to be released on December 25, 2012. I sat down in the living room to begin reading the first few chapters that were sent to me. As I began to read, I watched my youngest daughter play. She is only 2 … More Praying for wonder…