April 29, 2018 is the sixty-first birthday of Paul Eugene Giesbrecht. But it’s our ninth year to celebrate his birthday on this earth with out him. It’s hard to know what to do with the birthday of someone who has died.
Monday Motivation: Eyes on Him
What motivates you? As we plan for the week ahead, let’s consider what God has planned.
It is essential to keep our eyes on Him
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I love chocolate. I am an expert in seeking out and finding great (not just good) chocolate.
@SGiesbrecht shares about her trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania
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…filled with not only ‘chocolate
I am so excited about the launch of our brand new program:
Transformed Through Truth with Sheryl Giesbrecht.
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Monday Motivation: Stillness
Our best Monday Motivation begins with a choice to turn to God. When we focus our eyes on him, we can process and actually do what Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know I am God.”
Joy to you this Christmas. “But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ, the Lord.'” Luke 2:10-11
#1 – Joy to the World the Lord is Come – Sheryl got to connect with a powerful prayer partner, Norma.
Imagine reading a book that is so much more than written words on a page, but instead it is an invitation to experience exuberant joy! Joy for All Seasons is that book! It’s specifically written for the downcast, drained and dumped
Remember the Mary Poppins movie? One of my favorite numbers was “ I Love to Laugh” – it showed different people’s styles of laughing.
I love to laugh – what a great tension release. I laugh a lot. Most of the time, I laugh at myself. I’ve found when I look for funny things I do, it makes daily-ness more enjoyable. I also laugh at jokes, clean comedy and life’s strange occurrences. I try to find humor wherever I am. As believers, we have many reasons to be happy, even joyful. Jesus has given us a lot to be joyful about: Jesus has conquered the power of the grave – He has overcome death.
Whew! Thank God it’s Friday. Really. It’s the end of a very stressful week. According to my plan, I should have been on my way to the Congo right now. But unfortunately my plans have changed. When I found
“Joy to the World” is one of the most celebratory Christmas carols we sing. It emphasizes the elations that Christ’s birth brought to mankind. The carol was written by Isaac Watts and was originally titled “The Messiah’s Coming Kingdom.”