Have you ever had someone tell you something, and you thought to yourself, where did you get that information? Or maybe while watching the news, and wondered where they’re getting that information from?
If we question the source of information about things we hear, I wonder why we don’t question the source when we are being fed lies about ourselves?
Today I want to talk to you about counting the cost. Yes maybe some of us know and would acknowledge that we have counted the cost in following Christ, and acknowledge that it’s a daily calculation of that price! However, I believe God is doing a new thing now, and he’s calling us to RISE UP and count the cost yet again.
May is a HUGE month for me. May marks the month I got sick 22 years ago, it’s my 21 year anniversary, my brother’s birthday, Mother’s Day, AND mental health awareness month.
Needless to say, there’s A LOT going on with May, and A LOT I want to touch on and share with you on how you can combat any struggles you’re going through in your life right now.
“What does it mean to present our bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable unto God which is our reasonable service? I am sure anyone would know that what you put in is what you are going to put out.”
What a powerful challenge today from my dear friend and guest blogger, Cheryl Edwards.
Do you struggle to keep your joy or peace?
Are all the things that you are seeing and hearing taking you through a valley of depression or anxiety?
Trust me, I know it’s harder now than ever to keep your joy and peace.
That’s why I believe IT’S TIME to ask BOLDLY when you’re speaking with God.
Black History Month is a time in Canada, and across the globe, where we can step back and take the time to appreciate and celebrate the achievements of so many Black Canadians. They’ve not always been treated kindly, and that’s something we need to not only remember, but take time to stop and listen, so we can be apart of the change. And part of that change is to take time to honour all the contributions that they’ve made to our society. Not only one month of the year, but all year long and the years to come. Because I CAN!
Have you ever carried ice cream in your pocket? Whatever your answer, I wonder, do you think it’s possible?
I can just imagine the eye rolls and the, “your out of your mind” comments. BUT, if you are the slightest bit intrigued by these questions as I was when I was asked, then stick around or shall I say, watch the following video. I will challenge you to think out side the box and embrace some “ice cream creativity.”