We are doing it again this year - a full year of intentional habit building. We did a year of intentional habit building in 2012 and it was such a growing experience for all four of us. I meant to pull
With the Lord's help we can strengthen both ourselves and others - we can aid in equipping the local church. Equipping the saints is strengthening them in the Lord.
The cycle of equipping the church
In our desire for revival and a prayer filled life, what might we be doing to grieve the Spirit?
And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.
Over and over again it was emphasized that we must become a people that pray; a people that are broken over sin. God hears - He lives with the brokenhearted.
This I regard as the most important of all
I use to wonder at older Christians who would say "the longer I walk with God the more I see how sinful I am." I didn't get it. And it isn't that I fully grasp it now, but I do know the more I consider
How easy is it to settle for good when our Lord calls for our all? How easy is it to offer sacrifices that actually cost us nothing? How is it that we can so easily be distracted by the details of our
Wesley woke us just after 7 - he had been instructed to stay in bed until it was light and the moment the light peaked through the windows he was in our room, eager for the day to begin.
We went downstairs
"Mama, will you play a game with us?"
"No honey," I answer. "I have so much to do to prepare for Christmas."
Shoulders slump and sweet little boys retreat slowly from the kitchen. I realize instantly
Merry Christmas from our craziness to yours! I started looking back at all our Christmas cards - and my goodness have they grown and changed! I give you; Christmas cards from the past :
A very favorite thing to do with my boys is go around our neighborhood and look at lights and show a little appreciation to our favorite decorated homes. I wrote about our first year doing it and how Wesley