I love spending Sundays at church. We live in the New York metro area and the church we call home holds Sunday services at a large theater venue. I’ve always found it so exciting to take in the service from different vantage points in the theater, and while most photos focus on the glamour of the front row experience, this photo is taken from what most would consider the worst seat in the theater. Yet for me, this seat is one of the most important seats in our church venue and prompted a life and perspective-changing revelation. Read on for more encouragement on going the distance with a willing heart.
As we answer the call that is in each of our lives, God will speak to and fill the empty and desolate places of…
With so much emphasis now placed on staying home and on socially distancing ourselves, it’s important to remember that there’s still a difference between being in solitude and being in isolation. By shifting our internal perspective from being in isolation to being in solitude, we can give our soul the freedom to find and dwell in the calmness that this unplanned respite can offer. Solitude allows us to:
Take heart dear friend, God’s love covers all. You are not alone. You have not been forgotten. YOUR very…