Bulletin Cover Col. 3:1-4 Just a quick post with a bulletin cover. If your church would like to use this, please contact me. So today I am purposing to set my heart on things above. This verse is just all about hope and having that constant joy no matter the circumstances.
Saturday in 27 degree weather 20 students from SIUE and some awesome folks from different churches in the area all got together and we feed the homeless. I am always amazed at these events when I think that we won’t have enough food. The pots of food just keep coming and there was more than enough. It was crazy cold, but we still fed about
“For Everyone who has crossed over to the Promised Land, there are are many who stand for a while and look longingly across the river and then turn sadly back to the comparative safety of the sandy wastes of the old life.” A. T. Tozer When the pastor asked me to use this verse for this week’s bulletin cover, I have to say that I
I get to do a lot of pieces for the Student ministry area. This piece is one in a series that affirms God love for you and the He is your Creator. God doesn’t make junk. As I am a natural doodler, I incorporated doodling into this piece. Psalm 139: 15-16 talks about how deliberately God went about creating you, and in being a child
Psalms 138:8 is one of those verses that everyone should commit to memory and call upon it when things get rough or you are concerned about something. We serve a magnificent God who loves each one of us very much. If you are a parent you know what’s it’s like to watch your children struggle with an issue – so it is with our Heavenly
I have always admired people who have been able to write pages and pages in their journals during quite time. I have a tall stack of journals where I have tried to journal – it lasts for about 2 days. I have tried getting really fancy journals thinking I’d be more inclined to journal – but alas – no success. But as I am always
Psalm 139:17-18 How amazing is it that we are so important to God that He thinks about more than all the grains of sand. To clarify He thinks about Me not us, He thinks about You, not everyone. He so desires to have a relationship with us, how can we not seek Him out? Spend a little time in your Bible today and He will
As we start off the new year planning our goals and setting out to make a difference, keeping Psalms 139:14 in mind can only set us on the path for success. Knowing that we are fearfully and wonderfully made by such an Awesome God and our Creator, how loves us and has a perfect plan for our lives – how can we fail? Prints available