As we journey with God, our paths are lit by the color that most depicts our experiences. For Ann Weissenborn, her journey is lit by all the hues and variegations of green. She shares about the color of her journey and how God has brought forth for her a full appreciation for all varieties of green, from the faintest pale green to the deepest forest green.
Moving into a new home taught Shelley Powers that, when we learn to let go and let God, we might just be surprised at how much He has already blessed us.
Road rage can erupt in even the most peaceful person. But Rachel Hogue of Madison, MS, urges us to look past our rear-view mirrors and change lanes from anger to understanding.
A simple gesture of kindness from a young boy with very little left a lasting impression on Mandi Burgess of Madison, MS, when she traveled to Guatemala for a mission trip.
For Heather Harrison of Conway, Arkansas, the memories of Sunday lunches with her Pawpaw and Nanny were some of the greatest lessons in living in the moment and enjoying the love of family that she could learn.
Having a servant’s heart means three things: taking action, being resourceful, and being personal. Shelley Powers shares a message she shared at her church about making a difference in the world…one act of service at a time.
Sue Ling and her mother, Amy Hillman, have only known each other for a few months; but in that short time, this little girl has taught her mother to not only be a champion for more kindness in the world but to have a grateful heart for all acts of kindness, no matter how big or how small.
Honesty, roots, humility, and wings. These are the lessons taught to Shelley Powers by her father, and these are the lessons that inspired her poem “Binky Bill.”
Audrea Stewart of Jacksonville, Florida, shares a beautiful lesson she learned from fostering a young man in need…and that lesson is how important it is to answer God with your heart, not just with your actions and obedience.
Those who are dying can teach us some of the most precious lessons in life. Rev. Susannah Carr shares what she learned from those she met while ministering as a hospice chaplain.