Sometimes the question isn't about what we listen to, but what we listen for. In The Shepherd's Voice, a golden Labrador retriever named Lucky helps his owner discern the difference between listening to the Shepherd’s voice and listening for it. Dogs do this naturally. We have to be intentional before it becomes natural.
How can you find comfort that God values you more than a sparrow when you are wading through waist-high, shoe sucking muck?
Learn what only a fifth sparrow knows.
Jesus used a sparrow to assure us of our heavenly Father's love for us. Why sparrows? Why not a bald eagle or a pair of trumpeter swans? Scripture reveals a status even lower than a sparrow. As The Fifth-Sparrow Status speaks into your heart, you will experience fresh appreciation for how greatly your heavenly Father loves you. Learn what a fifth sparrow understands that only a fifth sparrow can.
Meet Grandpa Kent with his mischievous grandchildren. Discover how Limburger Cheese Theology can help you manage life’s personalized irritations that make our world stink. Limburger mentality is everywhere whether a wayward driver, a grumpy spouse, burnt toast, or flip flops. What can we learn about how Jesus handled Limburger cheese at the last supper?
If only God would take the glob of her life and restore it as easily as she restored her son’s dry Play-Doh®. In When God Ruins Everything, a frustrated mom's lament is heard. However the verse God whispered in her heart did not feel like the answer she sought.
Baking is an art. Dump several ingrediencies in a bowl, pour it in a pan, pop it in the over, and you have a cake. Bread is more complicated. Before it can be baked, bread must rest, rise, be protected, punched down, and kneaded several times. Lord, I Need To Be Kneaded is a poem that parallels the necessary stages of bread making with the necessary spiritual stages in life. What needs to be kneaded in your life?
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