You are God's BELOVED! He made you! He chose you! He knows you best—and He still LOVES YOU MOST! This week's message is just for you if you have ever wondered: "Why am I alive?" You are uniquely created BY God and FOR God. Order the book HERE and get it by tomorrow if you have not yet. Come discover more and go deeper with the One Who is 100% FOR YOU. This study makes for a great book club or summer personal study. Watch NOW and be UPLIFTED! And remember: YOU WERE BORN TO SOA
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“Mom-is fifteen minutes a long time?” “Well, it depends…” I said, “to hold your breath--yes! To make dinner--no!” But what about a bigger question… If your life could be transformed for the better by meeting for fifteen minutes each day with the world’s greatest, most powerful, loving, kind, generous, wise, creative genius who ever lived--would you do it? I would hope so! And yet... so often we go to Church each Sunday treating it like a drive-through. As speedily as possible
Five AMAZING lessons we can learn from Raphael’s Alba Madonna that will help us be better mothers, fathers and citizens of a very busy, hurry up and get’er done world (with a little help from my friend National Gallery of Art docent, Brooke Fink). 1. Raphael’s Alba Madonna (named for a former owner) is a “tondo”- a circular painting. The never ending, perfect ring, refers to the wholeness that God can bring into each of our lives. We see by the subject matter that the “Whole
I do believe that if we want to truly be blessed, live the life of the beloved*, we must first be willing to be: “taken” (to be used by God), "blessed" (in order to receive the grace to willingly and even joyfully do as He asks), “broken” (both in dying to ourselves, our plans, our ways and even our hopes and dreams), and then “given” out to others (in order to help to meet their needs in any number of ways). It is in this feeding of others, truly "giving out" of our very sel