God's work and glory is seen in His children. As a child of God, I can lift my brothers and sisters and keep my priorities right as I focus on people over praise.
A review of my personal bouts with depression and the lessons I have learned.
Commandments will not keep us from having difficulties in life, but they can teach us how to care for and protect one another.
It is never too late, even death is no barrier.
Separations, in some degree or another, are often necessary but are not the end of unity.
I love Hagar. She’s my favorite woman in the Old Testament. It’s not because she did anything particularly amazing, but of all the names that are given to God, hers is my favorite. She was Sarai’s Egyptian handmaid and bore Ishmael, Abram’s first son. When she fled from Sarai, an Angel of the Lord came … Continue reading Trust Comes Second
When love is present, common goals can be found and plans agreed upon that respect and utilize differences. Such is the foundation of unity.
We all make assumptions and jump to conclusions without realizing it. Seeking unity with others can help us recognize what we can’t see on our own.
This post is a part of "my story" which begins with "Finding Purpose" The worst part of Michigan was the loneliness. We were too far away from family for frequent visits. My depression and anger caused me to retreat into myself, and my husband’s faith crisis kept me from talking to him about any of it. Before Michigan, when my husband first told me about his doubts … Continue reading Problem 3: I am mad at others