If you ever look at what others are doing with their life or their calling and wonder what’s up with yours, this podcast is for you. It’s not hard to do with our lives overrun with the activity of the entire world on social media. However, Jesus has some very strong but encouraging words to say about following Him based on His specific call for us without being impressed or concerned about how we measure up and how we are doing compared to others. Check out His words and directions as we examine Peter’s restoration by the seashore.
LIVE WORSHIP MOMENT
LIVE WORSHIP MOMENT
Just for Fun/My Birthday Surprise from my Pro Wrestling Sons
Beautiful words by @jackiehillperry !!! #the_worship_life #godisgood #jackiehillperry
Indeed!! The more I walk through this journey of healing I realize the intricacies and systems that God has put in place in our bodies and it blows my mind. Instead of honoring how God made me I've yelled at my body and hated my body for the things it was doing to me. Not realizing that the systems are only doing what they've been designed to do. But somehow a couple of wires got crossed and the systems are not communicating right with each other. Who'da thunk??? With this new knowledge I am feeling a little more at peace and not so anxious. I have hope going forward that those who have the knowledge to help me will put in place the treatment that I need!! #restoration #raiseahallelujah
I don't want to climb a ladder I want to sit across a table Look into your eyes And commune with your heart No desire to scale a mountain But a garden, cultivate Be fruitful in strength and mercy Arms in jubilance with babes ✒ ✒ ✒ This most recent post in my poetry on my blog depicts well the season I'm living toward. Whether it comes in this life or the next, I don't know, but I'm longing to walk in it. Our lives are filled with so much activity as we marry and raise children and work and toil to take care of them and our homes and our lifestyles. And to do the work that we feel God has called us to do. And within that time it's rare, at least it has been for me, to pause much and breathe and drink it all in. But time and growing older has shown me that we never get any moment back. Once it's gone it's gone. So this poem is a reminder to savor the most worthy things in life, drink them in, appreciate them and share them with those we treasure most! [LINK IN BIO]