Archives For #Doubts
Oh sweet friends, my heart desperately wishes this chapter weren’t so applicable in my life. But it is. (I wrote more on that earlier in the week as we introduced this chapter.)
One area, especially, where doubt whispers “Not good enough” to me is in the area of motherhood.
It’s so common for moms to question themselves and their parenting abilities. Yet today, as I celebrate the birthday of my youngest daughter, I’m very aware that just like a corporate employee can improve in her job skills, moms can gain skills and confidence in our roles as well. Moms can, and do, get better through the years. (Separately … maybe there needs to be some kind of an “It Gets Better Project” for young moms??! We’ll save that for another day.) Continue Reading…
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Sometimes, these are what I call “the biggies.” Continue Reading…
It’s Good Friday. Two days before Easter.
Some of us think of Good Friday as just another day off school or work. For some of us it’s a religious observance, recognizing the death of Jesus, God’s only son. Have you ever wondered about the real meaning of Easter? And why Jesus had to die in the first place?
These are legitimate questions and I’m thankful that God loves to hear us ask them. He is big enough to handle our doubts, and since He already knows we have them, it’s probably a good idea to just be honest and admit them.
Some of you might want to see what God’s love-letter to humanity, a.k.a. the Bible, has to say by reading the book of Luke in the New Testament. Others only have a time for a four-minute clip to get the gist. Thankfully, our friends at Cru have come up with this catchy little video called Falling Plates to help explain more of what Easter is all about. Take a look-see, and let me know what you think!