Last week, I wrote a blog post that has been removed by Facebook and labeled “false” by it’s fact checkers. Today, I’ll read it—and we’ll spend some time talking about regret. God loves the nations. Don’t give up!
Less than 10 days into his term and the new administration is proving to be an unmitigated disaster for the unborn, for women, for those with diabetes, for our military and for anyone in the energy sector. What do we do? We get off the bench, of course!
What does the Bible have to say about our right to bear and keep arms? I’ll be tackling this and several other hot topics at today’s MailBox Monday!
Suicide. Depression. Loss. Grief seems to be all around us right now. Are you experiencing suffering? Do you know someone who is? You’re not alone. Gary and Laura’s youngest son, Nathan, went to Heaven in 2016 at the age of 25. An incredibly kind, loving, son and brother, Nathan cherished his family and friends. He was an electrical engineer and entrepreneur. Although it wasn’t evident to those around him until after he was gone, he silently and valiantly fought depression for many years but died by suicide. The journey following this tragedy provided the vision for Our Hearts Are Home, a faith-based non-profit organization whose purpose is to minister to grieving families, provide encouragement to those who are suffering, and to educate and equip individuals to reach out to those in need.
Good news!! God’s not finished yet, friends! If events unfolding were all up to us, we would be discouraged—but praise God, we have not arrived at the end of the story. God is still working. He’s not finished yet—and neither is the work He has for you to do.
The world is so noisy right now. So many people are discouraged. We may be heartbroken—but as Christians, we are not without hope. Today I’ll be talking about how to walk in victory, even when you feel defeated.
How’s your heart today? Yes, our nation is facing dark days—not unlike the Jewish nation in Esther’s time—and God is working today as He was working then. Today, as we look to the future, God is asking us to look first to Him. To pray. To fast. To believe—and to live like a set apart people. This is a “Haman moment” for the United States—but God is the God of Esther outcomes.