FMF: {support}

With his degree, he became a construction manager with Habitat for Humanity for a number of years before he retired.  He certainly helped to support families with affordable housing, but through Habitat, there was more support offered than just providing a roof over people’s heads. … More FMF: {support}

Book Review: Living the Spirit Formed Life by Jack Hayford

Welcome to my first ever book review.  Wow, did I get off to a great start with this inspirational teaching on living a spirit formed life by getting back to the foundations of our Christian faith! This is the first book of Pastor Hayford’s I’ve ever read, and since I don’t believe in coincidence, this book … More Book Review: Living the Spirit Formed Life by Jack Hayford

FMF: {neighbor}

The last day of August 2017 – my husband is so happy watching The Ohio State on a Thursday night.  The temperature in North Georgia has decreased this week from highs in the 90’s to highs in the 80’s.  In the Southern US that all equals Fall. I’ve set my timer for 5:00… and write! … More FMF: {neighbor}

Self, you’re not really going to admit you’re afraid? – The Answer

I see the vessel containing, what appears to me, to be the last drops of faith-oil.  My life circumstances feel like a drought with no end in sight.  Without a trace of a rain cloud, the lack of opportunity threatens to last beyond what I feel sure I will be able to endure. … More Self, you’re not really going to admit you’re afraid? – The Answer

Self, what does {try} look like through your filter of life experience? (continued)

Either way, I tend to be quick to jump out of the boat – just like Peter – right into the water two feet first.  My eyes are on Jesus, wanting to succeed in this new adventure, and make Him proud of me – a step and then another.  But the waves and the wind and the dark, scariness of the whole thing overwhelms my initial excitement and… … More Self, what does {try} look like through your filter of life experience? (continued)