Major life change is rarely a smooth path. You can count on some of the way to be rocky. Susan Miller encourages you to view the rocks as stepping stones of faith that God uses to lead you to the other side of this transition and to a deeper place of intimacy with Him. Change: […]
Just three words: worry, anxiety, and fear. They’re enough to spoil any day. But God offers comfort and peace. He wants you to bring your worries to Him. Bring ALL to Him in total surrender and watch for the ways He will calm and reassure you.
It’s hard to wait, isn’t it? Even when you have a strong faith. Even when you trust God. Even when you know and believe God’s promises. It’s just plain hard. I know, I’ve done my fair share of waiting over the years. I’ve waited on life or death situations, for physical and emotional healing, for […]
If you’re like me, and have experienced a life-changing loss, the holiday season could look and feel different to you. You might somehow want to escape all the memories, traditions, and decorations. It’s just too hard, and you’re just too numb to face the pain of what will never be the same again. As many […]
A friend stopped by our Just Moved office for a visit and during our conversation she said, “I know why I’ve never settled in and feel so disconnected since I moved here. It’s taken me a long time, but I’ve finally figured it out. I’ve never completely unpacked and gotten rid of all the boxes […]
I will confess. I am not very friendly on an airplane. Those travel hours are my down-time before I step off the plane to give my all to the women where I will be speaking. It is when I switch hats, pray, calm my spirit, and focus my mind and heart. A smile and a […]
About three months ago, I received an email from a young girl I don’t know who lives somewhere in my neighborhood. The subject line read: Lost Cat. I could tell by all the email addresses listed that she had sent it to everyone in our Homeowners Association. It was a simple plea for help to […]
Have you ever heard the expression “plum tuckered out?” It is commonly used among us southerners, and is a term for being exhausted. It originates from the “Deep South” during the Civil War. I first heard my grandmother say it after being in the kitchen all day cooking for a family gathering. Then I heard […]