April brings the Easter season, which for some people, may be a time of restoration and change.
Change is a constant in our lives today. Sometimes, changes are thought out and methodical, while other times, events cause changes and we are called to adjust. How do you handle change in your life?
One thing is certain, God never changes. His plan to sacrifice His only Son for our salvation never waivered. Through prayer and studying His Word, God will give you the strength and courage to change and grow closer to Him. You won’t regret it!
For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so that we can do the good things He planned for us long ago. Ephesians 2:10
Sweet Serenity Spring 2014
Florence International Basketball Association – 2014 Season
Carolinas Hospital System – Healthy Woman May 2014
Habitat for Humanity ReStore 2014
Harvest Hope Food Bank – Spring 2014
Harvest Hope Food Bank – Spring 2014
Florence Little Theatre – Wizard of Oz
Victor’s Bistro – Spring 2014
ValYou Inspiration April 2014 – Elaine Boyd
Presbyterian Communities of SC – Golf Buddies 2014
Central United Methodist Church – Holy Week 2014
Central United Methodist Church – Welcome 2014
The AccuStaff Advantage – Staff
Wilson Senior Care
Circle Park BHS – Prom
Savvy Mag of Florence
House of Hope
Florence-Darlington Technical College
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March is here and I am trusting that Spring weather is on its way! Trust is a key component in relationships. Trusting in someone brings comfort. Is trust important to you? In Whom do you trust?
Do you trust God with your everyday challenges? God knows what burdens your heart and your mind. Do not let fear and doubt leave you in despair. God is working in your life! Trust that He can handle anything
And He loves you unconditionally.
When I am afraid, I put my trust in you. Oh, God, I praise your word. I trust in God, so why should I be afraid? Psalm 56:3-4
February is here and I can’t help but think of relationships.
Human relationships are necessary and can make the world a better place. Some relationships are easy, while some are difficult and broken. We enjoy and endure many types of relationships throughout life. Are you in love with the relationships in your life?
The most important relationship is one with God! It is up to you to develop your own relationship with Him. By praying and reading the Bible, you can grow closer to God. Strengthen relationships with others through acts of kindness, caring, sharing and praying together. God will be pleased.
Make every effort to live in peace with all men and to be holy; without holiness, no one will see the Lord. Hebrews 12:14
January is here and I am anticipating what this new year will bring. Anticipation means hoping for good things to happen. It requires an attitude filled with hope and patience. Do you submit your plans to God and wait in anticipation for His approval? One thing we certainly have to look forward to is Christ’s return. He can come back at any moment! Please do not miss the opportunity to know Jesus! Your life and heart will be changed forever.
Since ancient times, no one has heard, no ear has perceived, no eye has seen any God besides you, who acts on behalf of those who wait for Him. Isaiah 64:4
It’s December and I am blessed beyond measure to bring you the 50th episode! Blessings are gifts from God. The Christmas season brings a heightened awareness of God’s blessings. However, each day, no matter what the season, we should look for His blessings. Are you in anticipation of God’s blessings?
Blessings and gratitude tend to go hand in hand. Many people feel they are not worthy of a blessing, while others are constantly praying for God’s blessing on their life. Christmas reminds us of our greatest blessing in knowing and believing in our salvation through Jesus Christ.
Through the work of the Christ Jesus, God has blessed the Gentiles with the same blessing He promised to Abraham, and we Christians receive the promised Holy Spirit through faith.