Day 1 Dwell On Matthew 26: 6-13 We start the Lent devotional with someone who truly got it. Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus, actually understood. In fact, she understood more than the indignant disciples who tried to stop
It had been a long journey. They were tired and bone weary. None of them had travelled such a distance in decades. Tempers frayed as family members got on each other’s nerves. A baby was crying and wouldn’t stop regardless
Recently, or rather over the past year, I’ve been pushed to a particular place. I am generally a very dramatic, emotional girl, but in this place suddenly I find more drama than I’m comfortable with, and more intensity than I
This has been a particularly difficult season for me personally. There have been dark and weary days. Days that seemed to stretch into weeks and months with no hope and no word. God seemed silent and the darkness was oppressive.
“God, what am I missing?” I was standing at the cutting board in the kitchen, indiscriminately adding vegetables to a big pot of stew. (Carrots? I hate cooked carrots!) But that wasn’t the problem. The soup had already been cooking way
The UN says that the current global refugee crisis is the worst since World War II. These past few days have been a wake-up call. The recent news stories about the Syrian refugee crisis along with the picture of the