Words have the power to bless, uproot, encourage, surgically impact or curse. Sometimes all in the same day. And when words are both your primary love language and part of your job, words can pierce far beyond the speaker’s intention. There is One, however, who knows the power of words. He not only inspired the … More what a Word
Years ago, a well known prophetic teacher spoke a word to me which has stuck with me through the hard times. Basically, it is sometimes hard being me because I don’t fit normal. And for years I struggled with that very feeling. Why am I not normal? Why do people look at me like I … More What kind of crackpot are you?
Today is Family day here in Ontario, falling the day after Valentine’s. Which got me thinking about love and family. To me, there are three different types of family, which ideally represent the three main types of love: The family we are born into is meant to be our Agape love foundation. Agape love is … More what family looks like
I have searched the whole world to find you. You are My Beloved. The one I have chosen. The one I love. I have a deep seeded cry I have left unspoken for a very long time. It is possible to appear normal on the outside but to have a broken piece within crying out … More when God’s love letter appears unexpectedly
I have been leading a book study by Danny Silk for the past five weeks, which touched on the 5 Love Languages a few weeks ago. I was struck by the truth that I need to be a student of everyone I love, to know how to best love them. Then the lightening bolt of … More Your love language
It’s so much not about your age, but the life you’ve lived in those years. I have a few friends who have recently celebrated (some reluctantly) significant birthdays. Age is not a big deal to me. It’s more about the life we have lived in those years than the time we count. You may be … More at any age or stage, your life matters
A Sunday well spent brings a week of content. Sunday. The day we are urged to rest. Connect with what matters most. Look back at what was, leave behind what needs to stay there, and adapt as we need to move forward changed for the better. Remind each other we care. Remind our souls we … More Sunday Psalm: time well spent