What do children, radios, and fish have in common with Christmas? They all sound very different, but they all have the same purpose.
This time of year is known for being busy…very busy! My countdown clock on my phone shows that we have 19 days until Christmas Day! How will you fill those precious few days?
There are so many thoughts spinning around in my head that I would like to find a button to press “STOP” to slow down. Have you ever felt that way?
Take time between now and Thanksgiving Day to make a gratitude list to remind you of all the things God has done for you...even the brevity of life.
I am grateful that Jesus was always kind. His gentle words of encouragement and instruction can carry us through each day if we let them. His words bring a soothing salve to our hurting hearts and ears. So let’s be thankful by expressing kindness in what we say and how we say it.
What will you do with your 'I Voted' sticker? WMU of Texas President Earl Ann Bumpus placed her sticker on her computer as a reminder to pray.
God has given us many things to see, hear, taste, touch, and smell with the arrival of a new season. Be quick to thank Him for all the beauty He has made for us to enjoy and share that with others.
Texas is a BIG state, but our God is BIGGER and there is room for everyone in His family. It is exciting and challenging to be a part of God’s plan for Texas. We can join together to pray, give, and get involved in reaching our state for Christ.
There is a great hymn I remember singing in church growing up, “Give of Your Best to the Master.” I have missed singing that in recent years, and wonder why it disappeared from our hymnal.
I have a prayer reminder for the beginning of each school year that encourages me to P.A.S.S.—Pray Always for Students and Staff. Whenever you see a school, a bus, or even school supplies, let those become prayer prompts as a reminder to pray.