Holy in the Moment
“A pour-calming-waters-into-an-overbusy-life book."
–Carrie Daws, author and speaker
“Eye opening, thought provoking, and heart changing.”
-Lorilee Sheviak, counselor, Grace Ministries
"This book is powerful – raw – purposeful – challenging. I love it!"
Well, like it or not, here are some more thoughts on moving. In general, there are several schools of thought on how to handle the physical details of moving. 1. The first, and most effective-sanity-keeping method is called the We like it ORGANIZED way. 2. On the other end of…
If you are in the military, moving is a given. A fact of life. And actually, it is a really good part of military life….most of the time. (Particularly once everyone is happily settled on the other end.) Long ago, when all the other military wives were receiving their gear,…
Any Military wife is all too familiar with the saying, “Home is where the military sends you.” Like it or not. If you want to survive as a Military wife, you have to embrace this mindset. Otherwise, you spend your time being miserable rather than enjoying the interesting things…
Why do I do the things I do? If I were able to see a print out of my motivations over the last week, I am sure I would be shocked at how pervasive selfishness is in my thinking. If my eyes are glued to my own problems and plans, I will not truly see the needs and interests of others. It isn’t that I don’t want to–I really do care about other people. It is just that sometimes there doesn’t seem to be much brain-power left after I deal with myself and my stuff. Have you noticed that self-absorption is a consuming state of mind?
You see, being human, either I think too much of myself, or I think of myself too much.When I think too highly of myself, I will inevitably think too lowly of someone else. There’s only so much room at the top.
Sometimes I catch myself reading a portion of Scripture with a bit of an argumentative attitude. Ever done that? When the words of God are shockingly different from our cultural mindset and worldly way of conducting life, it is easy to cross my arms and want to dig in my heels. When I don’t completely understand how or why, I can default to doubt or bossiness–just keeping it real here. I am humbled when I remember many situations when I have prayed about an issue in my life from the mindset that I know exactly how to fix it; I just need God to do it. It is easy for a desire to solve a problem to become an agenda, ever noticed that?