Posts tagged with: transition

3 Steps to Flourish in Every Life Season

For this week’s Monday Minute, Brenda shares with us some timeless wisdom from God’s Word about how to flourish in every life season. Flourish in Every Life Season by Brenda Pace This spring I had the delightful pleasure of leading...

Truth in the Midst of the Mess

***It is with great delight that I welcome my dear friend, Margaret Franklin, back to the Worship Wednesday table today. To be honest, I am pretty sure she has one of the most gentle and authentic hearts for Jesus I...

Courage Even when I don’t Feel Brave

Courage (Even when I don’t feel brave)   So, the last of the boxes have been carted away. Everything has found a space to reside…more or less. The curtains are hung. The pictures are thoughtfully placed. Memories of all the...

Free from Fear and Isolation

How We’re Learning By Claudia Duff When The Only Way Out Is Through “For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1 (ESV) Fear is an awful...

Left Behind: the Other Side of Moving Season

***It is with great pleasure that I welcome my dear friend, Margaret Franklin, back to our Worship Wednesday table. I just love this woman’s heart – for the Body of Christ and for the Lord. I know you will be...

Stepping Away form the Mic

Stepping Away from the Mic   As a vocalist and worship leader, the semantics of where I stand in front of the microphone has been drilled into me. Through many years of practice and application, I have set these parameters...

What Happens When God Calls Us to Stay Put?

It’s PCS season again and today I found myself saying goodbye to two of my closest friends. This time though, my perspective is different. You see, my husband retired 2 years ago and instead of being the one to say...

The Enemy of Apathy

It’s summertime. Don’t you love it? I do…mostly. I love sunshine and days at the pool. I love more relaxed schedules and opportunities to travel more. I love the warmth and the chance to leave the house without multiple layers...

When the Assignment Feels More Like Exile

We finally got our orders. And I confess, I wasn’t particularly thrilled with the destination. Yes, I know God goes before and prepares a place and has a perfect plan. But we’re so far from where we were trying to...

I Choose to Trust

I watched anxiously as my husband backed out of the driveway, leaving on an eight-hour drive to Tennessee. He was headed to look at a few houses in preparation for our upcoming move. This was not the first time he...
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