What is “normal”? Merriam-Webster says, “conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern : characterized by that which is considered usual, typical, or routine.” Corri’s brain thinks of it as something that we are consistently comfortable with, what we expect to happen or to be. Contrarily, “new” is defined as “having recently come into existence;… Continue reading Normal, New, or Never?
Yesterday’s communion thought was:1 Corinthians 11:26 – “For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death [and Resurrection] until He comes.”How does communion help you think about the Creation and Kingdom to come? When God created the earth, He took a void of darkness and chaos and turned it… Continue reading Creation and Kingdom
You ever feel unsettled in your mind? Like, you have a lot going through it, and you’re not sure where to put your focus, and you’re waiting to see where God takes you. Not that you’re unsure in your faith, just in what path He’s taking you down. You’re at a fork in the road… Continue reading Forks and Tethers
There is no rhyme or reason for today’s song picks. I just scrolled down my playlist and picked the first two that felt right. Hope you enjoy them!
I just wanted to post a few verse images that I have been thinking about this morning. No commentary. Just scripture. Maybe one of them is one that you needed today.
When I got up this morning I didn’t know what I wanted to write about. Then when I opened my Bible app on my phone to see the verse of the day, I had my idea. Here in the Bible Belt of the Southern United States, you would be hard pressed to find someone who… Continue reading Can I Get a Witness?
Do you have a special place you like to go to study and/or talk to God? My usual praying place is my shower, because, let’s face it, as a working mom or 4, that’s pretty much the only time I’m alone. And sometimes even then there’s that knock on the door that signals a child… Continue reading God Is Everywhere
We don’t always know what it is we need at any given moment. But God does. He knows what we need and all we have to do is trust in Him.
Last night in our ladies’ class, LeAnne had a lesson on hope, and talked about “Doubting Thomas”, John the Baptist, referenced back to Isaiah – we were kind of all over. But there was one phrase, which she didn’t even read, that I noticed (and happened to already have underlined) that really stood out to… Continue reading But Even Now
Y’all….this is me today. I don’t know if it’s the crazy week I had last week, that has continued into this one. Or lack of sleep. Or just life in general. I’m just fried y’all. The puzzle pieces ain’t fitting together. There’s too much going on up there, and I just want to run. I… Continue reading Brain Fry
I’m forgoing my normal “Table Talk” post this morning, but staying in the same realm. We had The Gathering last night. It’s an informal worship setting we have every 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings, with the tagline, “Where fellowship breaks out in worship.” It’s geared more toward just sharing with each other, and being together… Continue reading Bread from Heaven
Y’all, this has been a week. One of those busy, soul draining, peace stealing, “Is it Friday yet?” kinda weeks. Ironically (or providentially), the theme of tomorrow’s sermon is “A Real Rest”. And the songs we are singing will follow suit. (Being besties with the preacher and the worship leader has it’s advantages 😉) So… Continue reading Saturday Song Share #7
Back in 2021 I wrote a song parody to Travis Tritt’s “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” (Which you can find here if you’ve never heard it.) I thought it would be fun to share as a “fun post” Maybe I’ll even record it one day to share. 😉 I got food splattered in… Continue reading I’m Just Out Here Trying To Survive
Acts 15:9, “He did not discriminate between us and them, for He purified their hearts by faith.”How do the themes of the nondiscriminatory gospel and faith relate to communion? First of all, let’s look at the context of Acts 15 to determine who “us” and “them” are. The verses above v. 9 are addressing the… Continue reading ALL – Through Faith, By Grace