You may not think about it every day, but someday you will leave a legacy. Everything you say, every way you act or react, your affections, and your priorities will all contribute to how people will remember you when you are gone. Twenty years ago this week my father died unexpectedly. I remember … [Read more...] about Legacy
I was raised in the church. Baptized as a baby, went was dragged to mass as a teenager, spent some time away from church, and came back as an adult. I heard message after message, but never really listened. Perhaps, it was my mistaken view of who God is. Perhaps I never knew how to listen. Perhaps I … [Read more...] about Listening
On most days when 4 o’clock rolls around you will find me in the same place — in my kitchen making supper. I begin the chopping and sautéing and set the table. I call the boys in from the backyard and wash the dirt from underneath their little fingernails. Then the four of us gather around the table … [Read more...] about A Servant’s Heart
By Dr. Alana Cook I have walked with the Lord for as long as I can remember. I distinctly remember asking Jesus into my heart at camp when I was eight years old. I had asked Him before (probably many times at church or with my parents), but that night at camp was the first time I really felt His … [Read more...] about Still Thirsty
Last week I tried something that I’ve been wanting to do for a while — I took a break from checking my Instagram feed. If you are at all familiar with this social media platform you know a lot can happen in an Instagram week — there’s videos and pictures and messages to see, and everything changes … [Read more...] about Feasting On God
Not long ago a question was posted on the Well Christian Woman Facebook page: “What does true wellness mean to you?” I commented on that post by saying “True wellness to me in realizing who I am in Christ. Working on not allowing the world's views and opinions guide me and influence me but … [Read more...] about Am I Well?