I am always amazed at how early the Christmas decorations start showing up on the aisles at retail stores. I can not even seem to get the pumpkins to the trash before my boys start telling me all about their Christmas wants. This always seems to frustrate me as I really want my boys to […]
We need to remember that it is not God who is lucky to have you and me in His service; we are the ones who are privileged to have a role, large or small, in advancing His kingdom. There is a distinct difference between those who volunteer out of obligation and those who feel called by God to serve. It’s not that volunteering is bad; it’s just that there is a deeper level of commitment, joy, and reward with those who know their calling is from God.
Last week my posts were about prayer. It has been something I have spent a lot of time thinking about lately and talking with my boys about as well. I don’t have the prayer life I wish I had.
These are my notes from this particular breakout session I attended at DotMom in Chattanooga by Angela Cottrell. It was fantastic.
If I have ever learned to be patient in prayer, it has been the past year. And I so wish I could type that I have been patiently praying and enjoying this past year. But that would be a lie.