Quarantine and social distancing are hard. I hope that these books will encourage, challenge, and inspire in the midst of a difficult season.
While I might not be able to do everything I want to, I can start where I’m at. After all, nothing is wasted with God.
We encounter little and big injustices daily and we get to choose how we respond.
Gratitude is not reserved for November.
It should be a lifestyle.
We will always sacrifice something we value for that which we value more.
The things we are called to are not dependent upon us, but are an opportunity for us to rely on God even more.
Our entire world is working through a collective trauma, and yet, I believe that we can find opportunities to be grateful.
Let’s continue to pray, seek, and turn humbly, knowing that our good God does the miraculous and keeps his promises.
Things are bleak right now, but God is good, he is in control, and he longs for us to draw near to him.
In the midst of immense difficulty, we can pray and cry out to God, casting all of our cares upon him because he cares for us.