As the saying goes, “Nothing lasts forever”, we are painfully aware that most everything in our lives has an expiration date.
It sure feels like there are battles raging all around us. As Christians we feel the angst of the battle that is being fought for the moral integrity of our culture.
What are you known for? Most of us probably have a reputation amongst our friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers. When others think of you, what do they associate with your name?
When the world seems to be spinning out of control or personal struggles become overwhelming, we can become easily discouraged. We are living in one of those seasons of life right now.
I attended an Episcopal elementary school growing up. Part of our weekly routine was to attend chapel services together as a school. I cannot remember anything taught during those services, but much of the music we sang still sticks in my heart and in my mind.
When is the last time you woke early in the morning to just sit and watch the beauty of a sunrise? Or, took the time to pull up a chair and watch a majestic sunset? Personally, I think we should all take time to do both on a regular basis.
I think it is fair to say I am a foodie. I love to cook and I love to experience the full flavors of food. Food can be such a wonderful source of joy and goodness in our lives. This is the reason why our lives tend to revolve around good meals.
Have you ever heard the saying, “On a wing and a prayer”? Most likely you have heard it and perhaps even used it at some time. The saying is used when there is little chance of success. Not surprisingly it likely has its origins in the aviation world.