We are the options generation. Most of us can pursue any career we wish and live almost any lifestyle. We can want too much, be pulled in too many directions as a result, and lack clarity of mind and purpose.
How far is too far? That’s the number one question on the minds of Christian teenagers all over the planet. They want to know what they can touch, taste, and caress (pre-marriage) before God gets mad at them or they end up feeling guilty.
You can’t do it YET. When your child tells you that she can’t do something, remind her that everyone fails at first. Teach her the power of the word “yet”.
These no-fuss breakfast muffins have a lovely light texture and you can even make extra to keep in the fridge for snacks or school lunch boxes. The fussiest eater will love these!
They are the negative thought patterns that pull you down, and that pull those around you down as well.
Be prepared to squeeze your armrests, but also shed a tear or two. (Oh, and you should know the popcorn was a waste; you don’t want to be the one crunching away during this movie).
What’s your why? Often why we find people totally uninspired in jobs they hate or in relationships they feel trapped in because they’ve missed the big why in the equation of life.
The United Nations recently declared that the world currently faces humanitarian crisis at a scale not seen since the end of World War II. More than 20 million people are facing starvation and famine.
One of the characters that I love in the New Testament is the Apostle Peter, probably because I’m so much like him in so many ways. But I think there’s enough of Peter in all of us to be able to recognize ourselves in him.
We withstand the traumas of life better when we have good marriages, friendships, work relationships and community connections. The problem is, while we need relationship to be strong, powerful forces drive us apart.