Hello Everyone! I have a challenge for each of us… How about if just for today we do our best not to complain about anything? Not people, work, illness, weather, housework, finances, politics, children, cars, diets… No complaints. Let’s be aware of how our tendency to complain influences our satisfaction, performance and joy everyday. Catch… Continue reading Challenge!
Let’s share the comfort, peace and hope Christ gives us with people whom have lost loved ones. It may feel insensitive to speak of loss which brings a person to tears, however, life breathed into memories is a gift to the hurting heart. So, go ahead, it’s ok… Ask someone to tell you about the… Continue reading In Memory
Great losses change us, molding us into someone whom we wouldn’t have otherwise known, or recognized, before. For many…we become more passionate, more sensitive, more aware of the fragility of life than we had previously understood. The full intensity in which we desire to live since devastating loss is both life-sustaining and fear-driven, all within… Continue reading Losses and Wins
Thank You, Father, for being God and taking care of everything I entrust You with. Thank You for allowing me to be still in You, even as You never cease working on my behalf. I love You, Lord. ❤️ #aberryrichlife photo credit: YouVersion Bible app
Has anyone have told you to “tone it down” when you are worshipping through song? Not cool, Haters. Just so not cool. I am an expressive person by nature. Let’s all thank my full-of-life, passionate, Irish-Scottish-German Mom for that gift. When I talk, I use my hands, google my eyes, occasionally spring out of step.… Continue reading Tone It Down?
How do you work through the tension of being content, while yearning to improve your life? It can be a tricky challenge, striving for better while still maintaining a spirit of contentment. It’s your turn! How does it look in your life, Friend? What have you found helps with attempting balance (or a perceived balance… Continue reading Tension
So often we hear complaints about spouses saying, “He/She isn’t the person I married.” Friend, if I may call you that, I know everyone isn’t content in their relationships. I’m aware of many who ache for happiness found in Godly marriage. I acknowledge there are difficult moments, days and seasons none of us feel our… Continue reading Unimaginably Better