“Until you’ve lost your reputation, you never realize what a burden it was or what freedom really is.” These are poignant words from Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer Prize winning, “Gone with the Wind.” Today in History Born in Atlanta, Mitchell died in Atlanta on August 16, 1949, after being hit by a drunk driver while crossingContinue reading “SHORT AND SWEET #14: SO, SCARLETT”
Changing the World Dear Reader, Purpose could be best defined as glorifying God by doing what God says. That is what Jesus did, right? Therefore, if I want to make the world a better place than I found it, then I must be an active disciple (someone who imitates Jesus’ practices). I have to liveContinue reading “LIVING ON PURPOSE”
Ooowee, its entrance into my catalog of best-loved quotes is right on time for February’s posts on passion, productivity, and purpose. It is also, so Maya. She was a woman who made us want to look and keep looking at her as she sashayed words as gracefully as she swayed her hips. Oh, she was a boss of words.
“Why, God?… I know You see this mess so what are You going to do about it, and why haven’t You done it already?” (more of Leah’s paraphrasing)
A Merry Christmas Aha Moment ““Glory to God in the highest heaven, and peace on earth to those with whom He is pleased!”” Luke 2:14 I believe it is all about the order of things that brings peace to our lives and in our worlds. In this verse, I hear the Word revealing to meContinue reading “A Merry Christmas Aha Moment”
Consider giving the greater gift
Be encouraged. You’ve got it. Everything, in fact. But the question is, are you using the gifts that will make you powerfully effective in your walk as a Christ follower?
I am so grateful to be a part of an organization that acknowledges the worth and well-being of caregivers. It’s one of the toughest jobs any person will ever have the honor of doing.