– by Suzanne Roberts
IF I really believed that God answered my prayers, I would pray more, and pray with more confidence.
IF I really believed that He loves me (more…)
We are living in a difficult time right now. So much of what we believed our identity to be is being stripped away. Employees are losing their jobs. College students are back home. Graduating seniors won’t be walking on the stage and brides (more…)
In Arthurian legend, Arthur of Camelot is the rightful heir to the throne of England. However, he is orphaned as a baby after his wicked uncle murders Arthur’s parents, the true king and queen. Arthur lives without honor or recognition, oblivious to his destiny, until one day he (along with every other able-bodied man in the kingdom) is summoned by the wicked imposter king to (more…)
I’ve been meditating on the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand lately (Matthew 14:13-21 NIV) . . . and it is rich.
The topic that speaks to me the most right now is (more…)
After God created the earth and all that was in it, He stepped back and rested.
The scriptures say that He saw all that He had made and He was pleased and satisfied.
One of the Hebrew meanings for the word rested is (more…)