Sometimes we just don’t know what to say when hard things happen to friends. We want to say the right thing, the best thing. Four things to remember when comforting a grieving friend.
God has been teaching me how to find joy in waiting. Letting go of our children is a brave act of faith. Now I’m waiting for my child to come home after a year of working overseas in missions.
As a mom, I’ve honed the art of worrying about my kids. Twenty-three years of parenting and seven military moves have provided ample opportunity to raise my worry-skills to expert level. Change seems to be the constant of our lives. The uprooting of belonging was hard for me as an adult; what was it doing to my kids? As a mom, I often worried about the impact change and transition would have on my children.
Every now and then God gives us a front row seat to what Him work.This past weekend was one of those extraordinary moments. It is a sweet adventure to see plans and dreams become a reality during our second Strength2Thrive conference in Centreville, VA. God brought military women together for a day of community, worship, learning, and fellowship.
Today we’re celebrating five years of blogging at Ginger’s Corner! In honor of the occasion I’m revisiting my very first post. Enjoy a little throwback love with the post that started this blog. Leave a comment to enter a drawing for a birthday gift!
Yes, you! As a believer in Christ, God has given you a spiritual gift. When it comes to calling and gifts we are often far more concerned with what we think we can’t do, rather than with what God can do.