Friendship is an overflow of His love for us, for His glory.
God’s heartbeat is for us to be in relationship with one another, so that we can encourage each other and walk out our destinies together.
Let us not go into friendships and relationships with expectations of what we should get, but instead with the desire to bring Glory to the Kingdom of God.
It was the summer of 2017 when I travelled to Nicaragua for humanitarian efforts. The region was hot and, in order to balance the pace of the day, I'd drink bottles of water to quench my thirst. At times I'd find shade for relief and couldn't wait to head back to our lodgings for a nice cold shower for relief from the humidity. Each day we worked hard, drank our water and slept deeply each evening.
I remember getting on Skype one evening while in Atlanta with one of the women. Her husband joined her on the call. They said very honestly to me that they thought I needed to stop going back and forth and just come back to Connecticut to get stronger. There was a snowstorm coming. I wasn’t well. I needed to be surrounded and not isolated. My roots weren’t deep enough in Atlanta for me to do this on my own.
What miracles do you have opportunity to walk in? Becca Garvin uses the story of when Peter walked on water to upack the expectations, pitfalls and things to remember when we are facing miracles of our own.
When was the last time you found true rest? In this article, Shaunti Feldhahn shares her personal battles and tackles the topic of busy schedules and stress leaving us empowered to seek authentic rest.
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In this article, Eboné Bell transparently talks about her journey to loving herself and invites us into impactful everyday actions we can use to move forward in learning to see ourselves in the way God sees us.
What is your response when Jesus asks you to do something without explanation? Along with four important things to remember, Becca Garvin unpacks a popular Biblical story to give us example of trusting in His commands without having vision of any outcome.