Awareness of beauty is a powerful thing. It can eradicate sadness, pain, and rejection. Many people miss creating, or enjoying beautiful moments because they’re not aware of the many languages God speaks without words that elicits inexpressible appreciation deep within.
If you have ever seen a child weed in the garden, they tend to pull the weeds out from the top without the proper tool to get the root. In a matter of weeks, that same weed will start to peek out of the dirt because the roots were not removed.
In the same way, we need tools if we are going to root out things that seek to prevent our garden growing into fruitful creativity.
You are not some ordinary lump of clay, but you carry the breath and brand of Creator God, being from a Heavenly source — God, Himself.
Not only has God breathed His life into you, He has also made you creatively unique, and is proud of the way you are created.
He has made you with dreams, desires, andgifts because you are His delight. He doesn’t want you to try to fit into someone else’s mold or destiny, but wants you to be proud of the way He has created you.
I want to encourage you to let God in to your pain and let Him speak creatively to you through what others create and how you can create.
Redemption and restoration is a promise you can creatively declare today for whatever traumas you are facing today or in the future, knowing that my testimony can be your testimony, no matter how dark your season is presently.
With all of the health information available and various fads advocated, it can be easy to feel discouraged. But a journey to a healthier life does not have to be a hard, confusing one. There is hope to be found and joy to be experienced!
We often seek the voice of the Lord about the major aspects of life: our purpose, calling, destiny, etc. But what if we were to ask the Holy Spirit what we should have for breakfast? He cares about every aspect of our lives, including the minute details of our day. He is excited to walk on this journey with you!
As I heard about the tragic deaths of students and teachers in Florida, who lost their lives to a teenaged gunman, firing in yet another school on American soil, my heart was so grieved.
My heart goes out to all of those who lost loved ones and family members in tragic terrorist attacks.
On the news, we see angry and distraught parents, students, educators, law enforcement, and politicians trying to make sense of gun control, safety in the classroom, and how our schools can be safe again.
My husband, Kevin and I chose Valentines Day last year as the day we renewed our marriage vows in a ceremony with our closest friends. It’s amazing how each year I fall more in love with my husband and know my marriage is stronger with each passing year!
Here are some creative ways that you can love your spouse on Valentines, and throughout the year.