If elections teach us anything, it is that we cannot put our hopes in any human being. Our candidate may lose and crush our hopes, or he may win and fail to live up to them. After all, he is only human. During the ugliness of this election and the uncertainty of what the country … Continue reading Regardless of What Happens Next
It’s hard to live a life that glorifies God when we're surrounded by godlessness. The Biblical foundation that once defined American life has been pushed aside. God has been kicked out of the government, out of the schools, and even out of the homes of many people in this nation. Each election cycle policies are … Continue reading Flourishing as a Foreigner
The prophet Habakkuk saw all around him a lost world and he was saddened by it. He cried out to God honestly, asking Him why he was allowing it to happen. Yet through it all, he knew that God was in control and that one day He would intervene. How long, Lord, must I call … Continue reading God is always doing something!
I am great at making plans! Good ones, too! I spend time considering the pros and cons and weighing all my options. I pray about it (although I do a lot more telling God about my plans than listening for his guidance). Sometimes I ask people for advice (especially if I think they will say … Continue reading My failed plans