The other day I was listening to Christian radio and the disc jockey said that the greatest thing we can do is to surrender our lives to Christ. Comments encouraging people to do the right “Christian” thing make me twist inside. My heels start digging in as I feel the push of the law. So I… Read more »
Posts Tagged: parenting
What does freedom look like? I watched a friend get free today. The enemy had her believing lies. About her parenting. About her child. About the future. How often do we fall in the trap of believing the reality the enemy is feeding our minds?
Have you ever heard God laugh? Do you want to? Do you want to experience the sweet sound of utter delight that comes from a parent thoroughly in love with His child? You. Or the fierce sound of a Warrior laughing in the face of His enemies when we dwell in the shelter of the Most High (Psalm… Read more »
Pride and Injustice: The two ditches I often fall into. Unfortunately, pride wears blinders. I know this because I see it in other people. Their flaws are readily apparent. Mine? Not so much. Though my daughter’s hurt becomes a mirror of my verbal tone and words if I will only look. It’s easier to point… Read more »
I hate being a cranky mom. From there I transform into a blame monster. It started one morning on the drive to school when my fifteen year-old turned to me and asked if I would bring him his basketball shoes before practice. I assumed he’d forgotten his shoes at home, but no, they were sitting… Read more »