quotation of the day: 1.21.13

21. January 2013 christianity, quotations 0
is actually a prayer… “that you may have the wisdom to know the story to which God calls you, the power to pursue it, the courage to abide its mysteries, and love in every step.” – jan l. richardson Like this:Like Loading...

accepting.

recently at my church, my pastor’s wife sang the following song: come, come unto Me, all you who are weary, all who are weak, tired and lonely. come, come unto Me. strong arms will enfold you and lift you up. oh, come unto Me. come, come unto Me. bring Me all your burdens. show Me ...

the five stages of grading…

i recently read this article by “dr. B”… and let me tell you. i. can. relate. ____ Everyone is familiar with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and her stage model of coping with grief popularly known as the five stages of grief. What you may not know is that Kübler-Ross actually developed her theory as a graduate student, basing her conception ...

quotation of the day: 9.24.11

24. September 2011 christianity, quotations 0
(warning… it’s a long one. ) “it’s this simple: you and i have an inescapable need for rest. the lie the taskmasters want you to swallow is that you cannot rest until your work’s all done, and done better than you’re currently doing it. but the truth is, the work’s never done, and never done ...