Articles Tagged 'Bored'

God of Fresh Starts

Hope is an olive leaf — evidence of dry land after a flood.

Max Lucado reminds us that the God of hope gives us fresh starts just as he did to Noah with the olive leaf and the dove.

Overcoming the Greater Pandemic: Have You Been to the Mountaintop?

Many feel as if they are caught in some kind of auto-repeating Groundhog Day experience with COVID-19.

Phil Ware and James Nored speak to the isolation pandemic accompanying COVID-19 and share ways and invite us to share ways to find joy and hope on the mountain with Immanuel.

Easter Clothes

What kind of clothes did Jesus wear that first Easter Sunday.

Rick Brown reminds us what is important about the clothes we wear on Easter and that Jesus appeared to Mary as a gardener.

Ain't Nothin' New?

Will things ever change for me?

Phil Ware reminds that God still has the whole world in his hands and he can get us out of our ruts and break through the barriers that hold us captive to boredom and sameness.

God is So Big!

How big is God in your daily world?

God is so big that he is greater than heart and can help us overcome the daily grind in all its mundane sameness.

No Longer New?

How long can you keep the newness alive?

The newness wears off and we get bored and we lose interest and we give up.

Dealing with the Ruts

Isn't it time to see what lies beyond the top of your rut?

Getting out of the rut is not only possible, but it can be fun, creative, and stimulating if we choose for it to be.

Romantic Love

What can help me overcome the boredom in my relationships?

Romantic love will fail if it is not built on friendship.

Land of Inbetween

Where are you living right now?

We spend much of our life between highs and lows, great times and bad times, and we must learn to use this time productively.