Do you ever have one of those days when you feel like there is a little voice in your head telling you what a poor example you are of the human race?
What will your children and grandchildren remember about the way you honored the person God created you to be and the life you lived as a result?
I used to blame my painful stress levels on external events and obligations piling up on my desk. I now know that the stress causing my blood pressure to rise is my internal reaction to such events.
Around 1,000 years ago, Viking Leif Ericson landed on the east coast of North America and began a colony called Vineland. Although the Vikings were fierce warriors....
Do you need to know how to get God out of your "God-box"? Here are 4 tips to help you get to know the God of the possible.
I think Elayne Boosler had it right when she said, “When women are depressed they either eat or go shopping. Men invade another country. It’s a whole different way of thinking.”
Carrie Newcomer's Holy As the Day is Spent stands as one of my favorite songs. It speaks to the everyday holy moments of "folding sheets like folding hands."
Sometimes the most important thing you can do is nothing. As the great theologian Winnie the Pooh said, . . . .
Finding the Holy in the daily often comes when we least expect it. Here is one of my stories of an unexpected encounter with the Lord.
Is your house a thin place—a sacred place where heaven and earth connect? Here’s some thoughts on how that happens.