Need Peace?

It’s Monday and another work week is underway. Perhaps, you’re under a lot of stress or maybe you’re grappling with a difficult situation. In light of that, for this week’s Monday Morning Cup I wanted to revisit the Serenity Prayer and share it with you once more. You can start your day over at anytime.Continue reading “Need Peace?”

Today, Remember Forgiveness

Colossians 3:13 (NIV) Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. It’s Monday. Another work week begins, another school week has started. You woke up looking forward to enjoying breakfast. You intended to speak loving words to your spouse. YouContinue reading “Today, Remember Forgiveness”

What Am I Doing?

God’s timing is not my timing. Frankly, I don’t know what God’s calendar looks like. I don’t have access to it via a supernatural internet portal. I do know that none of us are promised tomorrow. Perhaps that’s why Scripture encourages us not to worry about yesterday’s spilled milk. Yesterday is done and gone. There’sContinue reading “What Am I Doing?”

Let Go and Go On

As adults adulting, we all know that life is dynamic and risky. Things don’t always turn out the way we anticipate, much less the way we want. You win some, and you lose some. As people in recovery, we cannot spend a lot of time reliving the past, particularly the times that we tasted defeatContinue reading “Let Go and Go On”

RE:View: Unshackled

  At age 17, Eugene McGuire thought his life was over as he watched the gavel fall and heard the Judge pronounce his sentence: Life without the possibility of parole. But God was just getting started in the life of young Gene. What Eugene considered a curse, God intended to use as a blessing. A riveting,Continue reading “RE:View: Unshackled”

Amazing Grace

John Newton, the writer of the hymn “Amazing Grace,” was merely a young boy when his mother died. Seeing no other palatable options, Newton’s father, a sailor, took the young eleven-year-old boy out to sea with him. And thus, began the long winding road that would take young John Newton from conscript to deserter, toContinue reading “Amazing Grace”