Archive for June 2014

Britt Nicole Wants You to Walk on the Water Too

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It’s so easy to get washed up in insecurities, and as a result to want to hide in shame.  I know when this happens, it’s easy to become self-focused, and forget amidst the struggle what we were made for.  We were made for heaven, not for the momentary struggles that seem so paramount at the... Read more »

God Goes Digital: Variety PURPOSE Partners with 'Going Digital For His Kingdom' at First Ever Annual Event

It’s becoming real. God is going digital. In the Old Testament, God resided in the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:1-22), in a burning flame when he appeared to Moses, (Exodus 3) and then although David wanted to build him a dwelling, God prophesied that David’s son, Solomon, would be one of the greatest kings... Read more »

Q&A with a ChicagoNow Blogger: Rhonda Stern, Gifted Matters

Being gifted is no laughing matter.  Neither is “the-not-so-gifted.” Rather, the problem according to ChicagoNow blogger, Rhonda Stern, who writes for a blog called, “Gifted Matters,” is that kids these days are just not challenged. Yes, that includes those kids who are thrown into the “not-so-gifted” category by school systems, the companies who write and... Read more »

Quote of the Day: "The Greatest Amount of Healing Takes Place During the Greatest Pain"

“The greatest amount of healing takes place during the greatest pain” – Dad Coming from my 70-year-old father at the time who had just undergone sextuple bypass surgery with many complications, including probably the most amount of pain he has ever experienced in his life, to his daughter who was going through one of the... Read more »