Crisis has a way of affecting our vision. We need not look too far to see all the crisis that has affected our world on a global level just in the last year with COVID-19. And that's not even taking into account the personal crises you may have taking place right now in your own life. It’s so easy to focus on all we think we have lost, what we don't have or what we can’t do. We can easily miss what God may be trying to get us to see. Today, I want to challenge you to look again in the midst of the crisis you may be facing, and think about this question as we learn from a widow in 2 Kings 4:1-7.
For the second year in a row, celebrating women in the Bible for Women's History month. Each week I will be featuring women from the Bible that, although they may not be well known or highlighted often, we can learn how they made an eternal impact in the Kingdom.
Be encouraged sis! He is WITH us! Check out this short prayer of comfort during difficult times.vid
When my friend shared this heartbreaking news with me about a month ago, I went through a myriad of emotions from shock, sadness, confusion, frustration, and eventually anger. My heart breaks for this family and community who is now
I heard this scripture in my spirit as I was sitting in a prayer service recently. It was not the first time I had heard or read this scripture. It happened to be the theme one year for my old church in Atlanta. Can I be honest? I have been really grieved over...