I was hanging out with a friend when she asked a tough question. I didn’t know how to answer. The thought ran through my head, “What if I’m judged based on my answer?” I wrestled in my mind with what to say for what felt like forever. Maybe I’m thinking through this too much? I knew I had to respond. Finally, I answered: “Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire by Jim Cymbala”.
Are you a “summer reading list” kinda gal? If so, I’ve got a couple of recommendations for you, written by the same author, my “friend”, Rosaria Butterfield. (Is it just me, or do you feel like friends after reading a memoir?)
At the end of 2018, our Women’s Ministry Director, Vickey Banks (whom I often refer to as “Mom”), challenged us to join her in a very doable Bible Reading Plan beginning January 1st. Our hope was that women would join the reading plan, have conversations about God’s Word, and build community within our women’s ministry…
I’ve always enjoyed a good book yet several years ago I found myself rarely reading. The obvious reason was the pace of life; raising and homeschooling three children kept me busy from the time my feet hit the floor until I landed back in bed at the end of the day. Or did it?