My Mosaic (May 13)
We enjoyed a day of spring sunshine this week, and now the Lord has seen fit to bless our land with more rain. I'd prefer just skipping past spring to get to summer, but that's often my thing-wishing I was past the hard stuff and right into what I'd prefer (and I'm not just talking about the chaos of a bazillion shoes, boots and jackets in my mudroom...or the ongoing rain and cold).
Our family has been in another transition, as my husband resigned from his pastoral position last month, shifting into a logistics role at a local business. We're grateful to continue calling our church home, to worship and serve together, just in a bit of a different way.
As we end our week, let us call out and believe, "my God, my rock in whom I put my trust, my shield, the horn of my salvation, and my refuge; you are worthy of praise" (Ps 18:2).
This Week on the Blog
This Week in Articles
Why the Church Needs Spiritual Mothers
“Where are they? Where are the godly women who are making disciples in the church?” This article answers the need, the lack and the person spiritual mothers are to be for the church. I pray you'll be convicted and spurred on toward faithfulness in your discipling.
10 Things You Should Know About the Book of Revelation
I wrote a review this week about Nancy Guthrie's book "Blessed," here you'll find things you should know about Revelation.
Keys to Knowing God's Will for Your Life
"We dishonor God when we focus on tomorrow’s faithfulness at the expense of today’s" but, "if you are faithful to do God’s will in each moment you’ll eventually do God’s will in a lifetime." Truths to ponder.
Resources to Teach Kids About the Persecuted Church
"Across the globe, Christians suffer great costs for their devotion to Jesus. One in seven experiences intense persecution. For those of us who reside in the West, it can be challenging to comprehend such realities, let alone teach kids about them. But if we desire our children to understand the cost of following Christ and the state of the global church, we must intentionally teach them about persecution."