For the first few years after I gave my life to Jesus, I was embarrassed of my testimony.Sometimes I wish I could go back in time and give myself this advice:
Andy and I spend a lot of time seeking God in prayer when it comes to raising our little guy. If God has shown us anything about Cale, it’s that, even at just 21 months old, He has created him to be adventurous, independent and fearless. Truthfully, none of those attributes come naturally to me; I like the safety and dependency of my comfort zone, but if I’m going to honour these attributes that God has placed within my son, it is my job to keep him from becoming cautious, dependent and fearful.
My husband and I met when I was just sixteen years old. We have been together for almost eight years and married for just over five. He is my best friend, my safe place, a mirror for my soul... Which is why I'm so glad that he is not my other half.
Today, the English teacher in me is coming out. I'm going to start this post off by analysing Hebrews 4:12 piece by piece.
The Bible verse that this blog is inspired by, Philippians 1:6, speaks of God continuously completing the work that He has started in us. When we acknowledge Jesus as our Lord and Saviour, we become God’s new creation, His work in progress. But what does this work look like?
All around us, people are consumed by busyness. I feel as though every conversation I have goes something like this… “Hi, how are you doing?” “I’m good thanks, just so busy” or “I’m sorry I haven’t been around much, I’ve just been so busy.” This got me thinking…