Monthly Archives: November 2011
Being spiritual could be defined as seeking someone or something supernatural for one’s own benefit; which is also a definition of magic (or Shamanism). True Christian spirituality could be defined as finally getting bored with yourself and getting seriously interested … Continue reading
Lately, I have been listening to music that would be considered rather weird by most of my friends. One CD is called “The Goat Rodeo Sessions:, by Cellist, Yo-Yo Ma. My kids already tease me about listening to Yo-Yo. I … Continue reading
“Busyness is the new spirituality.” — Fred Smith
The blessing of God is intermingled with the pain of dying to self.
The other day, my daughter, Chelsea blogged about going walking in the local mall with her mother and me, “I’m not sure what kind of single twenty-something girl that makes me”. Trust me, the goal was not to go to … Continue reading
We only become what we are designed to be when we are in covenant with people, allowing the challenges to our comfort to expose injuries and weaknesses. Our design comes into focus as we deal with the exposure in that … Continue reading
We need to take time and make means to be positioned in God’s presence to be shaped and purposed by Him. Without this intention our environment will do it by default.
Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. – Lou Holtz