May 13 – What Are Your Contributions ?

May 13 – What Are Your Contributions ?

3:134 – What Are Your Contributions? #faithbites #faithjourney contributions How do you measure your contributions? I was in a discussion and someone said that I had zero contributions because I hadn’t served in the military compared to a 33 year vets contributions. (And know I love my military friends and thank you for fighting for me and our way of […]

May 11 – It’s A Conspiracy

May 11 – It’s A Conspiracy

3:132 – It’s a Conspiracy #faithbites #faithjourney conspiracy Sometimes when I think about what to write in #faithbites, I just google a term. Today I googled “scripture conspiracy theory” and found not only crazy theories about the Bible, but one scripture that specifically calls out conspiracy theories: Isaiah 8:12. These theories why they seem crazy to some of us, give […]

Apr 25 – Rain All Day

Apr 25 – Rain All Day

3:116 – Rain All Day #faithbites #faithjourney rain It has been a dreary rainy cold day here in central Illinois. It has rained non-stop all day. I’m expecting a kayak to go through my backyard anytime now. Days like this are great for naps and warm food. They also can intensify depression and gloomy moods. Rain can also be a […]

Apr 14 – Just Hang In There

Apr 14 – Just Hang In There

3:105 – Just Hang In There #faithbites #faithjourney hang Some days you just need to hang in there. For instance, I tried to do a video #faithbite and it was constantly interrupted by the dog, the kids, the video, everything. But it is what it is. It reinforced the need for this #faithbites. I was reading a post from a […]

Apr 11 – Reflection Saturday

Apr 11 – Reflection Saturday

3:102 – Reflection Saturday #faithbites #faithjourney #holyweek reflection The day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday is usually called Holy Saturday or Reflection Saturday. It’s a say to reflect on what Jesus’s sacrifice means to you and how it has impacted your life. I was lying on my bed this afternoon trying to reflect on this but everything I “had […]