Do you ever feel sluggish during the day? Maybe you lack the drive to get through the week. Or maybe you’re struggling to stay inspired through a rough season. No matter what you are going through right now, I want to share with you 3 bible verses you may need to hear today.
As most of you know, we love celebrating Halloween around our house. We love putting out spooky decorations, DIYing our costumes, carving pumpkins and watching scary movies with friends. It’s honestly like pre-Christmas to us. Every year, we look forward to listening to Thriller Thursday and Lore every week in the month of October. We also love watching The Nightmare Before Christmas to get in the spirit of Halloween.
Autumn reminds us that it’s okay to let things go.
PLEASE NOTE: This is part 2 of our series on Deconstructing Christianity. If you haven’t listened to part 1, we…
If you haven’t listened to this week’s episode, Cody and I interviewed a few people about their deconstruction stories. We offered the opportunity for these people to be able to be open about their faith and the struggles they may have endured getting there. I absolutely loved hearing everyone’s stories of finding who Jesus truly was to them. However, something that I realized was the loneliness that each person had faced while transitioning. I thought about how so often people feel lonely or fear rejection because they are dealing with some internal issues. I want to be the first to say that fear and doubt is completely normal. Everyone has doubted God at times. Everyone has questioned why it seems like bad things only happen to good people. But we have to break the stigma that if you question your faith that you are going to lose your faith.
PLEASE NOTE: This is part one in a two-part episode. DETAILS: This week, Cody and Elaine hear from five people…
When we think of ministry, we often think of pastors leading the Church or missionaries in third-world countries. But what does true ministry look like? Despite popular belief, true ministry starts wherever you’re at.
DETAILS: Why do some people get the “luxury” of working for church and the rest of us peasants get stuck…
The world runs on different seasons in order to survive. Spring represents new life and starting over. Summer represents playfulness and joy. Autumn represents transformation. Winter represents decay and dormancy. I think these beautifully represent the changes we often see in our own lives. These changes often challenge us to learn something new about life and the world around us. Sometimes we have dry seasons while at other times we have productive seasons. Our spiritual lives are no different.