Most of us feel discouraged when expectations go unmet. But if we become disillusioned, disinterest sets in and hope and dreams are cast aside.
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Celebrate Lent? Really? I think there’s something we often miss during times of sadness, anxiety, grief, or despair. And Lent holds the key to making it through these times. I don’t like doom and gloom. Yet, the 40 days of Lent leading up to Easter focuses on repentance, fasting, reflection, and the sacrifice of Christ.
A dreary life is a lot like a thick book with page after page of humdrum, dull, and boring writing. Yuck. Who wants a life like that? Unfortunately, there seems to be an increase in mundane days as you grow older. You try to adjust your expectations of what constitutes joy and fulfillment, but it
Try this positive self talk the next time you feel misunderstood, misrepresented, or rejected. Don’t ignore those negative feelings.
How do you find your way when life gets complicated and messy? Noah, the ark guy, probably isn’t top-of-mind when you’re facing difficulty and unanswered questions, but I bet Joseph and Mary thought about him a lot. After all, the Lord had given this couple an assignment: birth and raise the Messiah. Not a lot
A cozy atmosphere is essential to your emotional health. Like comfort from someone you love, cozy helps you feel content, safe, and sheltered.
2020 appears to be the year from hell. No kidding. The spiritual oppression is thick. That kind of heaviness doesn’t originate from flesh and blood but principalities, powers, and other forces of darkness (Ephesians 6:12). Believers are wading through gloom, fear, stress, and pressure they’ve never experienced before. Even if you’re COVID free, spared from
Since many of us, including me, have spent most of 2020 at home, I thought you might like to get out of the house. At least for a few minutes. So today, I’m taking you on a mini virtual-vacation to Finland, complete with photos. Grab your sunglasses, and let’s go! Armchair traveler vacationing! There is
I am further away from my date of birth than I am from my home going. The world I knew growing up and raising a family was very different from the world I’m living in now or will be tomorrow. Yet, it is this pandemic laced, politically messy, violent, and morally upside-down reality that I
Sometimes I feel like I am living a version of the 1993 comedy film, Groundhog Day. You know the movie. Phil (Bill Murray) is a TV weatherman covering February 2nd, Groundhog Day, in Punxsutawney. For unknown reasons, he gets trapped in a time loop that keeps repeating itself. His life becomes a series of the
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