Uncover Your Unique Story
We each have a story—one filled with power when we humbly offer these experiences for God’s glory. Amazing things happen in this space. So how do we tell our stories for God’s glory? Here are a few helpful tools to help you process, prepare, and present your story.
As I flipped through another page in my planner, I wondered how to accomplish all my tasks in a mere 24 hours? With three part-time jobs, I lived the proverbial juggling act. But, I took long walks and prayed for guidance. I fasted and confessed my sorrow for stealing time from the Lover of my soul. In the process, I discovered how many distractions of pace fed my lust for significance and applause.
God cares deeply for our well-being, which of course includes our mental health, and Scripture is filled with his support, wisdom, and guidance. Here are a few passages about mental health and some thoughts on what we can learn from them.
We all have a story in us. By sharing our story of faith and how we’ve seen God work in our lives, we continue the Biblical tradition of sharing truth through the power of stories. Read on to find some scriptwriting structures that help refine and craft our testimonies.
Christmas is often described as a time of “happiness and cheer.” With fabulous food, festive decorations, parties, and presents, it is no wonder that excitement is the expectation.
Picture this: it’s Thanksgiving and everyone seated around the table is digging into the turkey and mashed potatoes.
Today, as I walked into the local craft store, I was immediately assaulted by the aroma of cinnamon pinecones while I tripped over a display of wreaths set up by the door. This can only mean one thing—the holidays are upon us! Food, friends, and family abound during...
God’s amazing grace and power has changed my life, which is why I’m willing to be so transparent in this short film produced by the team at RUUT.co.
We all have a tendency to show favoritism, don't we? We have a tendency to treat some people better than we treat others. I am grateful that God is not like us. The issue of favoritism shows up in the Bible often. In James 2, he connects favoritism to lack of faith....
Our greatest example of a peacemaker is Jesus. Isaiah 53:5 says, “But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.” Jesus comes and gives everything, just like my mom did for my aunt.
Jesus is willing. He is willing to heal, to renew, to redeem and to make whole. He doesn’t always answer when or how we expect or want, but we must ask boldly and humbly. He will answer, and all along the way, he will love us through whatever challenge we might face.
As another coaching client left my office, I wrote a summary in her folder, then sat for a while in reflective thought. Five manila folders stacked like cardboard warnings of the two troubling phrases I heard that day. As I reviewed each client’s goals, progress and...