The upheavals of 2020 taught me I must stay on task. … Even when Jesus’s message isn’t popular, we must remain true to it, and be willing to share it. This commissioning is to all who believe…Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: On the Mark
We can have a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ…Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: Are You Thirsty?
Our neighbors were away for the weekend, but I heard a lawnmower next door. I felt sorry for whoever was mowing. I looked over the top of the hedge between our houses and saw…Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: The Greatest of Three
We read in 1 Corinthians 13 that love is patient, kind, does not envy, does not boast, is not proud, is not rude, not self-seeking, and not easily angered. Love rejoices with the truth, protects, always trusts, always hopes, always preserves, and will never fail. This is the love God has for us and we desire to have this same love for others. …Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: On Guard!
My grandson’s playtime reminded me that we have an invisible enemy–satan and his cohorts–and the battle is real, fierce, and persistent. But God has provided the armor we need to be fully equipped warriors…Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: Why Do We Give Thanks?
Thanksgiving multiplies our blessings. For as we give thanks, we apply the Word to our lives…Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: Fervent Love
Three times Peter said, “I love you,” but he knew he fell short of understanding the divine love…Continue reading →
Glenda Shouse: Disillusioned
We allow disillusionment to become a part of who we are by turning our eyes, our hopes, and our expectations, to the wrong place. Our focus becomes inward instead of upward to God and outward to others. …Continue reading →