Communion is described as “the sharing or exchanging of intimate thoughts and feelings, especially when the exchange is on a mental or spiritual level.” As I meditated on the idea of communion, and what it means, I recognized a deeper place in our relationship with God. When we take communion, it is more than thanksgiving,… Continue reading Communion With God
This week’s blog will start with a question. The question is, “Are you living your life in abundance or out of a deficit? I’m presenting the question to you the same way I heard it in my prayer time one morning. I’ve pondered the above question for a while now. Those of you who have… Continue reading Deficit Versus Abundance
I’ve been thinking a lot about the word cultivate over the last couple of weeks. One definition of the word is ‘to nurture and help grow.’ I like that definition because it speaks to me of building up, not tearing down. When I was a new believer in Christ, I saw that the Word of… Continue reading Who is Cultivating Your Life?
In the last couple of blog posts, I have discussed what happens when we put off the old man and recognize our foundation in Christ. Here are key thoughts from those two blog posts and then we can move forward. When we are born, we are born into a life that is influenced by the… Continue reading When the Old Becomes New
I thought we would be talking about putting on the new man this week but the best laid plans don’t always pan out in writing. Instead we are going to talk about a foundation. The purpose of a foundation is normally to bring stability to a structure. Is your foundation built on your own strength,… Continue reading Who is Your Foundation?
Have you ever gone to a store and purchased hard, plastic containers that are used for food storage? Once you get them home, you try to remove the labels so that they can be washed before you use them, right? Or at least I do. When you begin to remove the labels from the outside… Continue reading No More Labels
When I titled this blog post The Love Letter, depending on which generation you were born in or are currently living in, a love letter may mean different things. In the World War eras, Vietnam or Korea, many wrote letters home to their loved ones since social media did not yet exist. I look at… Continue reading The Love Letter