Sometimes God seems far away because you can’t see or feel Him. But He is right there, ready to listen to you. I want to help kids know and embrace that truth. I want them to know they can talk to God anytime and anywhere. That’s why I wrote my new picture book, I Can Talk to God.
I’m counting the days with you as we try to see beyond Covid-19. Meanwhile, I’m sharing some habits that I hope will help you stay sane during this topsy-turvy time (whatever that looks like for you).
With all this extra time with your kids and grandkids, you might be looking for ways to encourage their Spiritual Formation. God created our bodies, and we can use them in communicating with Him and praising Him. Here’s a simple prayer, especially for the kinesthetic learner who craves movement.
Do you have a friend going through a season of caring for a loved one? You may feel helpless to know how to best support her. Sarah Forgrave shares ideas for how we can best serve a caregiver.
Do you get mad every time you go to pull something from a drawer? See red when you try to relax in the living room? Is your office where papers go to die? Put your flinging muscles to the test as you claim your house, office, and garage a clutter free zone. Kathi Lipp, founder of the Clutter Free Academy, has 7 Basics for Getting Started.
Ever been paralyzed by the pursuit of perfect? A perfectionist’s auto response to the pressure to be flawless includes a hefty dose of procrastination fueled by self-doubt and fear of failure. Discover the truth about perfectionists and set yourself on the path to freedom.
Which group of people do you gravitate toward? Grateful people or grumblers? Which group would your family and friends put you in? Let’s chat about 3 gifts that fortify a heart focused on gratitude.