Our beach house this summer is named "Shekinah." What does this word for God's dwelling place mean for us today?
When we speak of glory do we really know what we say?
Giving sight to the blind is a big deal physically and spiritually. How a man more blind can help us see the Light.
Growing up I saw the Bible as a collection of fairytales that taught me something about God. Today I am learning that all of history is really ONE story: HIStory.
What are your spiritual gifts? Are you using them as God intended, for His glory? Discover how Jesus invites and guides us to do so.
The spiritually homeless are at greatest danger when life's storms arise. Helping the spiritually homeless requires those who would serve to risk something.
What better and more fitting analogy could there be for the "Son" than to call the source of life and light here on earth the "sun"? Perhaps God's intent was that as we speak of the sun we might pause and see the light (pun intended).
Words have the power of life and death -- you get to choose. The more aware we become of their power the more carefully we will choose our words.
My prayer sounded something like this: “Lord, I’m not sure what she said to pray for right now. I don’t know what I’m asking of you or for what I’m listening. I think I’m praying for a word, one word, for where you would have me serve.” The answer to that prayer begins a one-year journey.