Confession: I often begin projects with great enthusiasm but then struggle to finish them. It’s all too easy for me start out with good intentions, only to have them falter after I lose the initial excitement.
It’s been many years since I’ve battled with any kind of ongoing anxiety or depression. As I’ve written about in the magazine and in my books, God in His mercy set me free from those pitfalls as I aligned my life with the Truth of His kingdom.
Yesterday morning, four-year-old Avonlea Rose came into the bedroom and expectantly asked me, “What’s exciting about today?” Presumably she was hoping for an announcement of a fun activity such as a trip to the zoo, the ice cream shop, or the toy store. But unfortunatel
This time of year, when creepy Halloween decorations seem to be everywhere, it can be a frustrating experience taking my young children to the doctor’s office, grocery store, or mall. Even though Halloween comes around every year, I never cease to be amazed and appalled by the &ldq
Tozer wrote, “The man [or woman] who would know God must spend time with Him.” What a simple and profound truth - but one that is all too easy to forget amid the busyness of our daily lives!Most of us desire to know God more than we do.
God has entrusted us with the precious gift of time. Twenty four hours in every day; seven days in a every week; each day significant, each hour important, and each moment of value to God. How many of those moments are being spent on things that truly matter in light of eternity?
Proverbs 23 tells us that “idle chatter leads only to poverty.” When we waste our precious time and energy on meaningless and trivial chitchat, we end up spiritually impoverished. And yet, living in a culture that is so heavily centered upon shallow frivolit