Tag Archives: regret
There is something healing about walking a pen or pencil slowly across a page. This is one main reason I love to journal. Years ago, when I was grieving the loss of a dear friend, I wrote the following letter to myself during a quiet […]
One Christmas when I visited my family in Idaho for Christmas and two days before I was scheduled to board a flight to head back to my home in Georgia, I received a call from a friend. During our conversation he asked, “Is there anything you […]
No one is immune to unanswered questions created by life’s challenges. It’s at these times that the path from where we were to where we now stand is often shrouded in confusion; we can’t make sense of what God has done. Why haven’t my dreams […]
Now and then I dance in the kitchen, while I’m doing the dishes or while I’m making dinner. But a couple years ago, I danced a special dance I think I will always remember. I twirled. I shook. I boogied. I danced like no one was watching […]
Today’s message may not be my most popular or comfortable but my goal is not to bring condemnation, but to share a truth that will usher in liberty. I’d love to hear your comments below. I used to think the consequence of sin was only […]
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