Daily Devotion – Luke 16:10 – Faithful With Little

Daily Devotion – Luke 16:10 – Faithful With Little

Faithful With Little In the liturgical calendar, the year is marked by holy days, special seasons and, my favorite, ordinary times. These are the days when, though nothing significant is being observed, our lives are still “ordered”—purposeful, intentional,...
Daily Devotion – Suppose the Worst

Daily Devotion – Suppose the Worst

Then Moses answered and said, “But suppose they will not believe me or listen to my voice; suppose they say, ‘The LORD has not appeared to you.’ ” So the LORD said to him, “What is that in your hand?” He said, “A rod.” Exodus 4:1-2 Suppose the Worst When it comes to...
Daily Devotion – Faith Through Fear

Daily Devotion – Faith Through Fear

What is Your Worst Fear I truly wish that I could say that fear is not a factor in my life. I remember years ago, sitting a Bible study full of young moms like myself, when our leader asked us each to think about what our worst fear might be. I could see the other...
Daily Devotion – MY Lord And My God

Daily Devotion – MY Lord And My God

Thomas answered and said to Him, “My Lord and my God!” John 20:28 NASB My Lord and My God Have you ever been confronted with some news that was hard to believe?  Most, if not all of us have, and when we are confronted with it we say “I’ll believe it when I...
Daily Devotion – Puzzle Piece Faith

Daily Devotion – Puzzle Piece Faith

Again, God has been dealing with me when it comes to faith. And thankfully, He turned the light bulb on and gave me an epiphany. God sees the whole puzzle when I only have a piece. He has the puzzle picture and He knows where each piece goes in order to complete the...
Daily Devotion – 4 Ways Your Faith Can Grow in Tough Transitions

Daily Devotion – 4 Ways Your Faith Can Grow in Tough Transitions

“Can we find anyone like this man, one in whom is the spirit of God?” Genesis 41:38 NIV Are you facing a tough transition in your life? I’ve faced many of them, and Joseph in the Old Testament is my model of integrity for facing those difficult transitions...