How a Thirsty Soul Finds Refreshment

Is your soul parched? It’s hard to stay hydrated while living in a dry land without any rain, springs, or rivers.Featured Image as well as above photo: Wilderness of Sin by┬áMadelyne Osborn.┬áThen the whole congregation of Israel left the Desert of Sin, moving from place to place as the LORD commanded. Exodus 17:1Every time IContinue reading “How a Thirsty Soul Finds Refreshment”

Encourage the Disheartened

Are you afraid to fail? So terrified your knees buckle and you fall to the ground drawing in huge gulps of air? Do your paralyzed legs and arms feel heavier than a elephant? Are you stammering excuses why you couldn’t possible do it. “I don’t speak well.” “Nobody will listen to me,” rolls off yourContinue reading “Encourage the Disheartened”

Teaching Children about the Lord

In Jill Briscoe’s book, “Here I am, Lord…Send Somebody Else,” she applies the chapters of Exodus to our Christian walk.  She begins by comparing the Pharaoh to the enemy of our soul. Our enemy is in power in the world, and is worried that Christians have become too numerous. So the enemy deals shrewdly withContinue reading “Teaching Children about the Lord”