HERE: Day 15

Matthew 10:24-11:6

As a kid, I was convinced that my Mama had eyes in the back of her head! NOTHING I did went unnoticed. I was always so amazed by that. Clearly the Holy Spirit was helping my mother! In addition, NOTHING I did wrong ever went unpunished! I am so grateful today for that, though I […]

HERE: Day 14

Matthew 10:1-23

Your children become 15. They get their driver’s permit. You make them read the study guide backwards and forwards. You get in the car with them behind the wheel and slowly but surely coach them along as they learn to drive. Then, the day comes when they turn 16, and you look in your rearview […]

HERE: Day 13

Matthew 9:18-38

In recent days, there have been a lot of video clips circling the internet of contestants on the television show “America’s Got Talent“. Non-assuming, overlooked, mentally or physically challenged, people we might considered “less than“, who got up on the stage and blew everyone away with their talent! Wow! It puts us in our place, […]

HERE: Day 12

Matthew 9:1-17

I don’t know about ya’ll but I am a total DIY girl. I was raised by parents who taught me, “Don’t ask someone to do something for you that you can do yourself.” This was much needed during my lazy teenager days, but it still holds true for me. I’d rather make something or fix […]

HERE: Day 11

Matthew 8:18-38

As a parent, one of the hardest things is to stand back and watch your children make a mistake to help them learn a valuable lesson. And yet, Jesus had taught the disciples what the heart of someone who lives in the Kingdom is to look like. Then, He showed the disciples how that looked, […]

HERE: Day 9

Matthew 7:15-29

For the longest time, WWJD bracelets came out to remind us to ask “What would Jesus do?” Some may have worn them and others thought them cheesy, but honestly, nothing could be a more important question to ask ourselves than that one question. Why? Why is it valuable to ask this question? Because this question […]

HERE: Day 8

Matthew 6:25-7:14

Have you ever heard of the phrase “worry wart”? Growing up I would hear people say, “she is just a worry wart” or “don’t be such a worry wart”! I have known people who constantly worry. And when they have nothing to worry about, they worry about that! Now, for just a moment think about […]