God has been intervening, loving, instructing, forgiving, and rescuing his people from the beginning of time.
Today on my podcast and blog, I’ll share stories of how God intervened in the lives of Elijah, Naaman, Job, Joseph, Paul, Peter, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
If you are struggling right now, reach out to God and discover His comforting arms. The book of Psalms can help you learn how to talk with God.
In her book, “The Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience, and Leadership in the Most Male-Dominated Organization in the World,” air force pilot Shannon Polson lays out what is needed to meet the challenges we encounter in life.
It is not just about surviving or overcoming challenges, but using them to develop the life skills and confidence we need. Throughout the book, she offers exercises that can help us understand our core purpose.
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll share some crucial points Shannon makes about developing tenacity, perseverance, and using adversity to your advantage.
When adversity and hardship hit hard, questions and doubts rush to the foreground.
Why? Why me? How could this happen? What did I do wrong?
We experience emotions such as shock, anger, fear, anxiety, and even panic. As comprehension reveals the depth of the problems we face, we may have misgivings about how to successfully resolve them.
It is here we stop and take some calm breaths, and tell ourselves, “Yes, I can.”
While it is important to recognize and affirm our assets, qualities, and strengths, it is equally important to acknowledge our weaker parts. Today on my podcast and blog, I’ll show you three important steps to work with adversity and put self-discipline into practice.
At any moment in time, things can happen that will disrupt our day. But we can learn valuable insights during such times. Disruptions can become profound teachable moments. Such an event occurred to me.
I was washing clothes, preparing for our family to leave the following day on a camping trip. The water flow going into my washing machine was exceedingly slow. I had been improvising by attaching a hose from my laundry tub faucet to my washing machine to fill it.
When the phone rang in our office, I didn’t bother to shut off the faucet, thinking I would only be a minute.