Today is the 100th day of the year.
Quick check: What’s your immediate response when you read that statement?
Do you feel surprised? Shocked? Frustrated? Confident? Content?
Perhaps this week, you’d like to take an hour or more to reflect on your past 100 days. 🙂
Here are ten questions to ask yourself and help you reflect:
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Me to a friend: “Random. Hi, if I go home to the Lord before you, would you be the worship leader at my wake? Those from the gut; awesome worship to the Lord. None of those polite, reserved, shy, awkward kind of worship, please.”
Friend: “Um, sure, Mel, I would be honoured to.”
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Read this from the book: Me, Myself & Bob, by Phil Vischer (creator of Veggie Tales).
In this world of “You can do it! You can control your destiny!”—stepping aside to let God in is a counter-intuitive practice. And I think I’m getting a tad better at it, thank God.
Check out the book here.
We’ve recently celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary. As I look back on our journey, I remembered this situation where I used to scold my husband for talking about Jesus on our dates. But now, I can’t stop talking about Jesus with him.
Continue reading “An 11th wedding anniversary reflection: a marriage relationship with God in the centre.”
A friend shared these quotes about life with me. But I can’t trace the original author to give him/her credit. If you know the source of this, please let me know, thanks.
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You’d think that this is a how-to-be-a-better-parent article. Nope. You can find thousands of those advice online. And from your great-grandaunt Jemina.
This is an article about how you being the most awesome parent on earth—doesn’t mean that your kid will turn out as you would like to.
If you are not yet turned off, please read on.
Continue reading “Does being good parents result in good kids?”
My table didn’t look like this a minute ago.
Nope. It was primed for a few good hours of work.
Continue reading “Lessons from spilling a cup of tea”
Where life is momentarily perfect, and there are no dirty dishes lying in the sink waiting to be washed.
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