Today my hairdresser called me an old soul, which is absolutely true. By it, I think she means I enjoy time alone, I enjoy reading and quiet and talking. I like real conversation, real relationship, real people. I prefer on-on-one as opposed to large groups, and some Friday nights, I’m perfectly happy at home withContinue reading “No One Can Shame You, But You”
Category Archives: Difficulty
What God Promises (and what he doesn’t)
A friend recently came to see me; her puffy eyes and smeared makeup told me she was angry and upset. “I think I’m going to become an atheist” she said. I knew she was sincere, not by her words, but by her emotions. Emotion after all conveys far more than simple words ever could.Continue reading “What God Promises (and what he doesn’t)”
When God is Silent
If you are a person who prays, or believes in prayer, you know there are times you feel unheard. Oh yes, we know God hears, but it is another matter to feel he hears. We want to feel God listen to our pleas, not just know it. But sometimes, God is nowhere to be felt.Continue reading “When God is Silent”
Should Christians Go To Counseling?
I recently came across a message by a very well-known pastor who preached on why Christians should never see a counselor. The pastor shall remain nameless as I believe he is well intentioned; his message conveys genuine care and concern for his flock. However, as well intentioned as he may be, he is wrong; surprisingly,Continue reading “Should Christians Go To Counseling?”