The transfer of leadership does not always happen as we plan or would prefer. But we must be prepared to take up the mantle, carrying the lessons and examples of mentors, but ultimately relying on God’s provision.
It’s hard to not be annoyed by heavy construction in the city or on the roads. Construction, detours, and potholes make travel to our usual destinations cumbersome.
There’s a certain restlessness that comes in those times we find ourselves waiting for God’s promises to be fulfilled. In the article, “Hope For Waiting Hearts”, Courtney Doctor talks about her own struggles with waiting.
We might believe that God will always protect and provide for us in the ways that we expect. We might not say we believe in the “prosperity gospel”
We might believe that God will always protect and provide for us in the ways that we expect.
In summer 2016, a movie called Last Days in the Desert was released. The film explores Jesus’ 40 days in the desert and how he is tempted by Satan.
Homecomings renew a sense of community and connectedness to who we are despite where we have been.
“God does not give us everything we want, but He does fulfill His promises, leading us along the best and straightest paths to Himself.”