Bring on the Joy!

– by Ann Lynn Noble

 

“Sing a new song. Sing a song of joy.”

That’s what the Holy Spirit said to me as we were walking this particular day.

Do I look like I’ve got the joy of the Lord in me?

How do we bring the joy of the Lord to people?

I’ve asked (more…)

By |2018-03-08T17:19:53-06:00July 17th, 2017|Focus, Peace, Purpose|0 Comments

When I grow up I’d like to be . . .

By Kathryn Wiseman

 

It’s an adorable conversation to have with a 6-year old. They dream of being astronauts, doctors, princesses and pilots….

When you ask a 16-year old “What do you want to be when you’re grow up?” you’ll often get a shrug accompanied by a mumbled “Dunno”.

When you ask a 26-year old, they are (more…)

By |2018-03-08T17:31:48-06:00May 29th, 2017|Identity, Purpose|1 Comment

One Road, Two Views

By Jessie Seneca

As I drove away from a recent retreat this spring, I reminisced with the Lord about the weekend, the new found friends I met and the memories made. After thinking back on the session where I shared my testimony, I felt the Lord speak into my heart, your book.

My book, I thought? I haven’t (more…)

By |2018-03-08T17:34:09-06:00May 15th, 2017|Patience, Purpose|0 Comments

The HART of HOPE

By Littie Brown

 

How can “hope” keep someone focused on the next day?

 

This a question that I think about when I hear or read that someone has taken their own life. Families are left trying to understand what happened, what they could have done. They wonder if it was their fault and have many other unanswered questions—questions that will never be answered.

 

When I was writing Leadership Lessons from the HART, I would find myself reflecting on lessons I learned about hope. Like most people, I (more…)

By |2018-03-08T17:37:17-06:00May 8th, 2017|Focus, Forgiveness, Hope, Purpose|0 Comments

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