No matter what we start out with, we’re responsible for what we do with the bodies that we’ve been given.
One of the beautiful things about God is that he cares so much about us that he’s willing to get us out of our comfort zones.
Lately, my prayer has been for God to show me what needs to change. For a while, I thought he wasn’t answering me but the truth is, I wasn’t listening.
The truth is, regardless of your relationship status, God wants your heart and that’s not ever going to change.
I encourage you to live out your purpose in some small way today.
We’re not called to live in the victim mentality but we are made to live as beloved children of God!
When things seem bad or you begin to revert back to old behaviors, know that you can make a different choice. Make the decision to change your mind and continue to pursue God.
I hope you are well, great, or even stupendous, but if you’re not, that’s okay too. We’re all works in progress and there’s grace for you here.
If you’re in the church, if you’re serving your community, leading groups, or discipling others, The Emotionally Healthy Church could be a valuable resource for you.
I’m not perfect at being present, nor will I ever be, but thankfully that’s not the goal. I’m so grateful that perfection isn’t the standard I’m required to fill because, as much as I hate to admit it, that’s a goal I will never, ever achieve.