When we fall, we must choose whether or not to say, “Help, I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” It’s not a sign of weakness to ask for help. Did you know there are ways to increase your chances of survival in a fall, even if it is accidental (like from scaffolding around a building project) or recreational (as in the case of an adventurous skydive)? In the same way, you and I can learn to thrive after we slip and fall in the trials and challenges life brings. These lessons, when applied, can prepare us for the times when life knocks us flat on our faces. We know that it’s not a matter of if but when we fall.
We don’t have to be victimized by our past, held captive to our thoughts or imprisoned by how others perceive us. Trusting God moves us ahead unhindered; our progress becomes secure as we apply God’s Word to our circumstances and allow Him to move us from deception to truth.
I’m intrigued by stories of survivors. Is it possible to survive a free-fall from the Sears Tower in Chicago? The answer is yes. Or what if you fulfill a lifelong dream of skydiving and your parachute fails, could you
March is here. That means it’s time for graduation with ICM at Africa Theological Seminary in Kenya and Uganda. There will be exciting testimonies of God’s provision and strength. It’s really remarkable to see how much ATS students risk,
“Run, Forrest, Run.” Remember the movie Forrest Gump? He says, “Now you wouldn’t believe me if I told you, but I can run like the wind blows. From that day on, if I was going somewhere I was running.”
Finally Friday? That’s right, some of us feel that way. Wondering why this week might have been so hard? It could have been the DST adjustment. Or it might just be the busyness of the race of life. I
I like to collect great quotes. One of my favorites is, “If I had eight hours to cut down a tree, I’d spend six sharpening my axe,” from Abraham Lincoln.
Smart woodcutters don’t keep chopping away at trees all
I’ve always been a tomboy. It’s no wonder I chose the college major of Recreation Administration with a Camp Emphasis, hoping to one day work as a camp director. Needless to say, I am more comfortable in sweats and
Happy President’s Day! For many of us, it’s a holiday. School is out, banks are closed, the mailman doesn’t deliver mail; let’s take a few moments to remember a few quotes from past presidents who made America great. Have