Pastor to Pastor: 4 Next steps to follow when a fellow pastor has failed.

My heart is broken this morning. Sitting in a pool of tears in a coffee-house this morning, I’m sure I must be concerning the baristas and customers looking my way.   All morning, I’ve been fine, but sitting down and reading articles about the resignation of a favorite pastor of mine has brought be to aContinue reading “Pastor to Pastor: 4 Next steps to follow when a fellow pastor has failed.”

Pants On Fire: 5 Steps to dealing with lying in your marriage!

Truthful lips endure forever, but a lying tongue is but for a moment. Proverbs 12:19 Marriage is a covenant.  A promise. In our wedding vows, trust is both explicit or implicit. It permeates the commitment we make to our spouse so that we can start off from the foundation of trust both in Christ andContinue reading “Pants On Fire: 5 Steps to dealing with lying in your marriage!”

Broken Trust: 8 Ways to rebuild trust back into your marriage.

He heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds Psalm 147:3 Trust is a necessary element and is the foundation of every healthy relationship. In fact, trust is the security that makes intimacy possible in marriage. Like an organism, it must be nurtured and not ignored. My dad taught me years ago.   “Trust is likeContinue reading “Broken Trust: 8 Ways to rebuild trust back into your marriage.”

Pain is Our Common Denominator: 5 things I want to share with you about pain

Do you feel pain? Have you ever been in agony? From stubbing your toe in the middle of the night to having your heart-broken by someone, it seems we all have experienced elements of pain. The rare medical condition of CIP (Congenital Insensitivity to Pain) exists.  It’s one of many physical statuses in which a person cannot feel (and has neverContinue reading “Pain is Our Common Denominator: 5 things I want to share with you about pain”

Frozen Tears: Dealing with loss during the holidays!

It’s been only a few days… Christmas is the day after tomorrow, yet, with grandma not here, it doesn’t feel like the holiday is close at all. The grieving process is different with Grandma Price.  The timing of finding out about her cancer…the quickness of her departure….the approaching of the holiday season… I find myself…Continue reading “Frozen Tears: Dealing with loss during the holidays!”

2 Minute Devo Series: Book of Matthew Day 15

Welcome to our 2 Minute Devos.  This month we’re going through the Book of Matthew.  Take the time to read through the passage of the day and listen to the 2 Minute Devo.  Matthew 14 English Standard Version (ESV) The Death of John the Baptist 14 At that time Herod the tetrarch heard about the fame ofContinue reading “2 Minute Devo Series: Book of Matthew Day 15”

2 Minute Devo: “Do I need repentance?” Matthew 9:1-13

October is our journey through the 2 minute series called “Resurrecting Repentance”.  It’s as simple as viewing the vlog and reading the passage for the day.  Today’s passage is Matthew 9:1-13: Matthew 9:1-13 And getting into a boat he crossed over and came to his own city. 2 And behold, some people brought to him a paralytic, lying on a bed.Continue reading “2 Minute Devo: “Do I need repentance?” Matthew 9:1-13″