Moving right along, this week we are looking at the beautiful AND godly Abigail. The last sermon I heard on Abigail was nearly a year ago. Funny that I remember that. To a group of nearly a thousand women, Lysa TerKeurst, told Abigail's story, pointing out that she was married to the dirty, rotten scoundrel, … Continue reading Unequally Yoked
So David went to bring up the ark of God from the house of Obed-Edom to the City of David with rejoicing. When those who were carrying the ark of the Lord had taken six steps, he sacrificed a bull and a fattened calf. Wearing a linen ephod, David was dancing before the Lord … Continue reading What’s Keeping You From Dancing?
She stepped through the back door that afternoon and the floodgates swung open. Darting to her room and crumbling onto her bed; heart bruised, broken, and bleeding from the abrasive words hurled at her. A considered friend's harsh words were the root of this now bounty of tears that my precious daughter had managed to hold back like … Continue reading Lethal Weapon
"Eat your vegetables, there are children in China starving!" If I had a dollar for every time I heard that phrase while growing up, I might be as rich as last week's Delilah! I was raised in the country on the farm. We had several horses, a milk cow named Bossy, chickens, and pigs. Every year my Mom … Continue reading What Are You Leaving On The Table?
What makes you tick? What encourages you to do your best work? What inspires you? What influences you to be your best? These are often job interview questions. The purpose is for you to self-assess what motivates you. The potential employer is looking for "the right" answer knowing that it gives them insight into what kind of employee … Continue reading What Motivates You?
We all make choices everyday that impact our lives. I didn't wake up this morning and opt to rob a bank so I wouldn't have to go to work. I didn't get up and strategize to get even with that impossible person who said those incredibly hurtful things. Nor did I choose to abandon my Christian beliefs because I don't … Continue reading A Victim of My Own Choices
Welcome to the Best of Breath Week I’ve heard it said that people hear God’s message of salvation an average of seven times before responding. Curiously enough, Lot, Mrs. Lot, and the two Lot girls, were given a clear choice seven times. Here’s what the angels did for Lot and family in Genesis 19: Pulled Lot back … Continue reading Pillar Of The Community