We’re all guilty (some more than others). We post something to Facebook or Instagram and then we watch… Will anyone like this? How many people will like? Will they comment? Or share it? Twitter is no different–only the question we ask ourselves– did anyone retweet it? Tag it as their favorite?
I have a sweet friend who teaches kindergarten and she was sharing with me about the discussion some of her students recently had about Easter. The innocence of children always makes me smile. She said one particular little girl told the others, “It’s just so sad that Jesus has to die every year.”
I laughed out… More
When I was pregnant with our second son, the doctors scheduled me for a special procedure before delivery because he was breach. I’m not sure how I misunderstood my doctor, but I could’ve sworn she told me they were going to massage my stomach and coax the baby to turn around, but no…
Instead, a specialist sat down… More
A woman walks into a party, already a bit nervous for no reason other than insecurity. Within a few seconds inside, she observes a small group whispering across the room. One glances her way and then turns back to the others with more whispers.
She wants to leave. “They don’t like me. I knew this was a mistake… More
Words. They’re amazing in that they express thought and paint pictures all at the same time. This somewhat explains my fascination with God’s Word(s).
Think about it.
Every word in scripture expresses the thoughts of God, while at the same time, paints vivid pictures to help us see things from His perspective. And for this reason, we… More
Mirror Ministries is all about serving and helping people (thus the motto “Helping Others See Themselves in Christ”). Therefore, it’s important for me to get your feedback occasionally. Last year, I ran a survey asking a variety of questions which received some great input from our readers.
Let’s do it again! It will only take you 5 minutes… More
I’ve been thinking about this term No Guts, No Glory all weekend. I had to do a little research to find it’s origin. Apparently the phrase was coined by Major Gen. Frederick C. Blesse in 1955 when he wrote a fighter tactics manual by this title.
Interesting, but not the reason I’ve been meditating on it… More
There are certain phrases or ideas that float around the Body of Christ which, if not explained, leave Christians confused–and in some cases, defensive. The term once saved, always saved is one of those.
Because I wasn’t raised in church, and then later went to a church who didn’t directly teach this under that terminology, then I had to research it for myself. And what I found was that we shouldn’t… More
The FINAL [the last, the conclusion, the end] of this series has arrived.
There are so many more scriptures we could add to our daily confessions of faith, but this rounds out my favorite in regards to encouraging myself in the calling of God for life and ministry.
And what better way to conclude than to recognize… More