When we truly, deeply love someone, we’re easily pleased with their gifts. They could give us a rock and we’d treasure it—because it’s from them. If their heart’s in it, our heart responds. I wondered: How pleased am I with what God gives me? What does that say about our relationship? And how does He respond to what I offer Him?
Trusting God’s purposes is hard enough when bad things invade our lives. But what about when good things leave? When instead of facing an enemy, we face simply...emptiness?
We don’t know just how long and wide and high and deep God’s love for us is until we’ve seen it go with us through suffering – and then conquer pain and death.
How does a focus on spiritual health and belief in the Resurrection fit with rare disease advocacy?
Why do we need thanksgiving to be not just an annual observance, but an everyday posture toward God and each other?
God has given each of us gifts to enjoy and to use in serving others. We should explore our gifts and seek opportunities to share God’s grace through them.