February 23, 2017
Faith,Hope,humility,Listening,Love,Restoring Wonder,Seeing God,trust,Unity
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How do you make a difference? You make a difference — by doing things different.
If I lay close enough to her at night I can hear my baby girl’s literal broken heart beating under her scars. And under stars, I pull her closer, and…
Scars are where the strength gets in — our breaking is where our strength gets in.
Fear can be what we feel — but brave is what we do.
Sometimes the only way you hear if God’s knocking is if you are standing right by the door — ready to go.
When the battle is hardest, God’s people love the greatest, because love is the only force that meets no resistance.
It’s a rugged, rigorous way to live out the Christian life, but it is so fulfilling, so satisfying.
I get to lie right next to her every night. Sometimes we have to pull close, to loan each other courage to reach through the dark and find what we need….
When I saw it plastered on a wall somewhere in the city, it brought me up short. I stepped back a few steps, stood there in front of it like…
When you have an overwhelmed world, you don’t have to have an underwhelmed soul — if Christ fills the thoughts.
I couldn’t figure out how I would deal with it. I didn’t have a clue how to even start trying.
We can never clearly see the threads of purpose in our kids if all we can see is the risk, the scary, the unknown.
You get what you need — by walking through what you never wanted.
The best kind of intensive care for a broken heart is to let the words of Christ intensively care for you.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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