She has battled depression off and on throughout her life, and the past two weeks another wave had come over her. During her pain and struggle, she called her husband and shared. Husband: “What can I do for you?” Wife: “Speak truth to me.” There are days in our lives when we need to… Continue reading Hoping Against All Odds
It must have been hard for the disciples and those who had been following Christ for the previous three years before His death to see their beloved Son, Brother, Friend, and Savior lay buried in the tomb for three days. The only words left ringing in their ears might have been those distance words from… Continue reading When The Words “Trust Me” Have To Be Enough
A child sits with downcast eyes as the parent quietly waits with a yearning in their heart for the child to confess. The parent already knows the truth but wants the child to acknowledge their lie and sin. Not so that they can pour out guilt, shame, and punishment, but because the parent’s heart is… Continue reading What Do You Do With A Lie?