She Leads Daily has curated a playlist of songs for times of lament. There are songs of outrage, songs of doubt and songs of grief. There are songs that question where God is and who we are. These moments of sorrow and confusion lead you to songs that speak the truth of a faithful, unchanging God who never leaves us.
How incredible is our Lord, who saved an entire nation from captivity all those decades ago and is still in the same business today! He is actively in our lives today, ensuring His promises to us, His children.
We live in a world in love with conflict. Across Europe and America an ideology of hate is gaining strength. Its fuel is fear – fear of difference. It thrives on division – on creating an us versus them culture.
He (Francis Chan) loves Jesus and is sincerely working to call the church up, not out. He takes responsibility for being part of the problem more than once and calls us to humbly seek God to make critical changes to see a revival in America!
Austrians decorate their homes for Easter, hanging hand painted eggs from branches in bloom with the buds of spring. These Ostereierbaum (Easter egg trees) sparkle, the hand painted eggs shining in the sun’s light.
We need to trust God, to keep praying, to fight for hope, to cry and be disappointed when we need to, and to have our fellow sister’s backs. I want to learn to love my sisters well so that when I pray for myself, I pray for them too.
What I want to talk about – what I think the entire Church should talk about more – is how men and women can work together, bringing their separate but equally as important strengths and gifts to the table to share the good news of Jesus around the world.
I will never stop praying that each one of them walks with an unbridled passion in their faith and that they prayerfully instill the values and love for Jesus in their children that I learned from my own mother. As a mother, I can truly say, “God is good, I am blessed!”