Tag: Ephesians

  • Peace In The Struggle: How to Fortify For Battle

    Peace In The Struggle: How to Fortify For Battle

    Do you ever experience something and think “It’s not supposed to be this way!”?  Parents should not outlive their kids. The church should not be the source of pain. Hard work should not be rewarded with failure. And yet, we live in a fallen world. Paul warned us. Finally, be strong in the Lord and…

  • Trust God’s Presence: Overcome Helplessness

    Trust God’s Presence: Overcome Helplessness

    Have you ever run into a problem and could not fix it? How do you overcome helplessness? Parents run into this issue all of the time. Our kids struggle at school, and we have to sit back and let them experience the struggle. We can’t take the struggle away. We can’t make it easier. Teachers…

  • Grab Your Journal: Let’s Explore Our Desires and Motivations

    Grab Your Journal: Let’s Explore Our Desires and Motivations

    The post explores the importance of motivations and the concept of repentance. It emphasizes seeking pure motivations and the need for repentance when faults are recognized. Using the “5 Whys” method, the writer examines her own motivations and highlights the role of grace and obedience in the process.

  • Feeling Incomplete, Self-doubt

    Feeling Incomplete, Self-doubt

    Ever have those days when things seem so complicated? You know, those days when you start to question things you were so confident about just yesterday. Those days when self-doubt rears its head. Check out this blog post about how Jesus is enough!

  • Embracing Change and Finding Strength: Navigating August’s Waves of Transition, Faith, and Growth

    Embracing Change and Finding Strength: Navigating August’s Waves of Transition, Faith, and Growth

    I pray you will find scripture to cling to as your source of joy, encouragement, and Truth.

  • My Biggest Fear

    My Biggest Fear

    As I come up on the 2-month anniversary of this little blog, I thought I should make a confession. I am terrified every time I click publish. There are many reasons to be afraid. People are unkind, and the internet can be a cruel place. Vulnerability is hard, but important for good writing. Imposter syndrome…