Posts tagged “Peace”
The Lord will fight for you
The player on the bench couldn’t believe the ref’s call. In the universal gesture of “Are you kidding me?” he raised both arms and…
It’s the virus
I’m a relatively calm and cheery person, but lately I’ve been on edge and even short-tempered. Obviously, quarantine life is affecting me, but I…
God & COVID-19: Pain Leads to Peace
Maybe God is using COVID-19 to strip away the powerful things of our culture so we realize they’re not that big of a deal. God’s the big deal.
Three quarantine insights
We’ve been “stuck at home/safer at home” for over a month now, and it feels a lot longer than that. And here are a…
Get Perspective Through God’s Word
In the midst of the worries of this world, we need to hear that God is still in control and will never leave us. How can we hear that?
Finding purpose in the pandemic
One reason that this global crisis is so challenging is that, for many of us, we have never experienced anything like it. Yes, we…
A little glimpse of God
It’s easy to see the big ways God works in our lives: the plane that lands safely or a loved one recovering from an…
Coronavirus: The marathon you didn’t sign up for
The Corona 5K officially turned into a marathon. I could almost see the finish line of my 14-day, post-Israel self-quarantine when the news dropped….
Jesus’ Love, My Life: Expect Pushback
Jesus never promised a warm and fuzzy Christian life. Rather, he was honest about hatred, persecution, and even death. Yet Christian persecution is proof of our connection to Christ. So don’t go astray! Let the Holy Spirit remind you of Jesus, whose eternal blessings are worth a lifetime of suffering.
God’s Got This!
In challenging and scary times, know that God is here with you, right now, and he has everything under control.
3 words that will change your corona-year fears
I am writing these words while quarantined. My bedroom has become my new office and our basement card table my new work space. Here…
Jesus’ Love, My Life: Love Leads to Action
God wants us all to be “fruitful,” to do good things according to his will. How? By staying connected to Jesus, trusting in God’s “pruning” work, and remembering the love we have received from the Father and the Son.