A daughter’s mistake and a broken, treasured crucifix let Ginny Kochis contemplate Christ’s sacrifice. It also led her to choose love.
There’s no one right way to face down infertility. Every marriage has to confront and embrace it in its own unique way. In this post, Hannah Jean Kahn shares her surprisingly freeing perspective of giving her “maybe someday” child to God in advance.
Judy Klein asks, are we capable of seeing ourselves as we truly are when we look in the mirror: as broken sinners who are redeemed and infinitely loved by a merciful Father who sees us as not as worthless rejects but as precious, beloved children?
Flávia Ghelardi writes from Brazil in English and Portuguese. Today she shares a letter of gratitude and encouragement that she wrote from the point of view of her daughter, whose brief life was entirely spent in the NICU.
Kara Klein wonders how many days she spends dreaming, planning, preparing all the ways she think she can build up God’s Kingdom, while she is literally forgetting to love the person right in front of her. During this Lenten season her prayer is to remember her deepest calling.
How long has it been since you basked in the love of your Savior? Are you working in the fields way too long and growing weary? Ellen Mongan encourages you to get away with God alone who wants to refresh you. Do you hear the voice of your beloved calling, “Come away with me, my love?”
Meg Matenaer observes that with Valentine’s Day around the corner, “Shakespeare on Love” by Joseph Pearce serves as a great reminder of what love truly is and offers a sure guide in reading Shakespeare, a must-read, especially if you have a teenager in the house.