How often do we say to a friend who is hurting, "What do you need? Comfort food? A sad movie to make you cry? Time alone?" I love the concern that those questions come out of, but what would happen if instead of directing someone to worldly comfort, we turned them towards the author of comfort? Instead of seeking solace in things, why don't we seek the Comforter? There is so much more to life than merely getting by, and there is more comfort available to us than a closet full of new clothes could ever give us.
Grief (noun) Keen mental suffering or distress over affliction or loss; sharp sorrow; painful regret. A cause or occasion of keen distress or sorrow. However, grief isn’t just a collection of words that fit neatly into crystal jar for us to display in our living rooms, an object to remind us that we’ve survived [...]
We live in a fast-paced, do-it-yourself, put on your big girl pants kind of world. We rush, and we hustle, and we hurry, and we search for meaning as we run from one thing to the next. As humans, we crave connection, to know that we’re not alone and that someone out there cares for [...]
"All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney We all have dreams of varying degrees. Maybe it’s a dream house, a dream job, or a goal of some other kind, we as humans are designed to dream. We aren’t meant to stay in one mindset; we’re hardwired [...]
Do you ever feel like a verse was made for you? I mean really made for you, as in it jumps off the page and hits you right in the heart. You know those passages of Scripture that when you read them, it feels almost like God is talking directly to you through them. News [...]