Do you have any wounds from the battle of life…maybe a battle scar or two? Life is hard and hurts unavoidable. Today, my doves offer us some new insights on wounds. A couple weeks ago, I came home to three wounded doves. There were slashes on their necks and at the top of their wings. Continue reading “Dove Notes: Wounded by the Enemy”
Tag Archives: healing
Winning in Life!
Ever fight a war with an enemy caused by an enemy you cannot see? We all have—and do. My current battle is a minor but aggravating one: chigger bites. Creatures so tiny, the head of a pin can hold two or three but their poison so vile it literally dissolves skin tissue. At first, theyContinue reading “Winning in Life!”
Wounded by Friends
Caring about others makes you vulnerable in many ways. The hurts our friends receive hurt us too. We rise to their defense. Those are hurts that can accomplish good. They make us love harder and share one anothers’ burdens. We grow in strength together. There are other shared hurts that can be deadly. Our friends’ weaknesses canContinue reading “Wounded by Friends”
Messy relationships are part of life and… Loving others is our spiritual service as living sacrifices (Romans 12:1)! Continuing with our focus that Relationships Matter, let’s begin with exploring how to expose roots of bitterness to the light of love so we can have healthy relationships! The heart of man reflects a man…that is whyContinue reading “Healing Relationships”
What is Cross-Life Coaching?
Growing up spiritually does not just ‘happen.’ The Apostle Paul said we must ‘work out what God has put in us.’ When I accepted Christ as Lord–as opposed to a ticket out of hell–I had trouble finding folks who could articulate the Way to do that. They told me ‘read the Bible,’ ‘do this’ andContinue reading “What is Cross-Life Coaching?”
Free from the Past!
Finding the presence of God in the past brings healing to the present. God does turn messes into messages! His presence transforms even the darkest times…no matter when they occurred.
It is my joy to share the excitement of our recent training on ‘Relationships.’ For three days, my daughter, Riesa and our friend Debbie invested our hearts and minds (and bodies) into understanding Relationship Principles that can be visibly demonstrated with horse and human interaction. I am excited about the content and looking forward to building it into aContinue reading “Lifemanship”
Can ‘good’ Christians get depressed?
Despair and failure are part of this life. We don’t need to run in fear.
The Great Barrier to Peace
One of the most difficult things in life is forgiving those who hurt us–or the ones we love. Forgiveness is never for the offender, though. Forgiveness frees us! I am excited to share another ‘taste’ of the spiritual journaling book. Working through Forgiveness Forgiveness allows us to LIVE the Gospel in the most tangible wayContinue reading “The Great Barrier to Peace”
The Value of Emotions
Feelings are good things–even when the feelings are bad. It has taken me a lot of years to truly understand that truth in my heart. The only comic strip I have ever cut out was a Lockhorn comic on feelings: the grumpy husband said, “I am in touch my feelings. I just don’t happen toContinue reading “The Value of Emotions”