Fortitude

Learning to Trust God

Learning to Trust God

Can We Really Trust God? My parents live in Alaska and one summer, while visiting them, we decided to go

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  • January 16, 2018
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be victorious by knowing you true identity

Be Victorious by Knowing Your True Identity

Victimized or Victorious? We have two choices in this life. We are either victimized or victorious. Which do you want

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  • December 23, 2017
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When You Can’t Get Back to Normal

When You Can’t Get Back to Normal

When my son died, my world shattered. For years, I tried in vain to get back to “normal”. I wanted

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  • October 27, 2017
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Grieve with Hope

Grieve With Hope

Ten years ago today I held my son’s lifeless body in the palm of my hand sobbing with the raw

Walking on Water

Walking on Water: When God Calls You Out of Your Boat

Have you ever sensed God calling you out of your comfy boat to walk the waves beyond? Did you do

Wrecked for Good ~ Trust in God

Wrecked for Good

This is part 3 of yesterday’s post. I’m going to skip a recap and jump right in to finishing my

Are you running on empty? Find out how to get filled.

Are You Running on Empty?

I’m not sure which is more nerve-wracking: keeping young children from playing in the street, teaching your older child how

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  • October 18, 2016
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Do not be anxious about anything. Relax and let God be God.

Do Not Be Anxious

If I put half the energy I use worrying and fretting into prayer, I would experience much greater peace. A

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  • October 16, 2016
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There is more than enough provision at the Lord’s table for everyone if we are willing to share our abundance. No one needs to go hungry—spiritually or physically.

Meant for Community

This month, we are unpacking the Lord’s Prayer a phrase at a time to discover the deeper meanings hidden in

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  • October 15, 2016
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Chapter 1 is done! Follow me as I write my first book.

Update on my Book: Stand Strong

Celebrate with me as I do a little happy dance.  After nearly five years of studying and note-taking and one