We are women because of our God, our Savior, our Father We have power because of His power We are leaders because He is our leader We are gifted because of Him We are strong because of His strength We … Continue reading
Here you are sitting at the table, talking to your teenage son about his future goals and it hits you, the realization that you can’t protect him anymore. It’s naive to think you ever were truly protecting him but in … Continue reading
We are enjoying our Reformation and Renaissance study, in the Nordy home, and we found this great quote I thought I would share. “And it ought to be more carefully considered that all men promiscuously do homage to God, but … Continue reading
Church, we are cracking can you hear it? Listen… Political stance against a fellow believer *Crack! A social side taken against a fellow believer *Crack! A black and white issue that has all of the sudden turned gray *Crack! A … Continue reading
I am so thankful that a friend shared this quote today! This has to be one of my most favorite quotes yet! You don’t have to be a fan of Beth Moore to appreciate this quote! My goodness this is … Continue reading
I have a question and I beg you to answer it! I want to hear from you but please stick to the question at hand.
According to you: Are babies born from Divine Intervention or are they born from the sins of man?
My take: If they are born from Divine Intervention then ALL babies are purposeful, thought of, and are not an accident, made by their Creator. If they are born from the sins of man then they are ALL consequences, ripple effects of the cause and effect of sin and can therefore be categorized as accidents or unwanted troubles which we keep dealing with from generation to generation.
So which one?
(Image from Pinterest) So it has been a bad week. It has been multiple bad days. It has been many bad moments. It happens! Perspective: When you decide to take a “vacation” from your troubles and go on Pinterest and … Continue reading
One of my favorite quotes is hanging in my room, “All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.” Ralph Waldo Emerson As we go into this new week with so much on … Continue reading
(Photo taken from Pinterest) 15 years a go, the day the word “terrorism” became a regular part of America’s vocabulary. The vocabulary of every generation changes, but my children seem to bear a heavier burden of words and phrases then … Continue reading