Jesus Loves Me

Photo by Tyler Nix on Unsplash Come as you are. We just launched a new podcast called Hardwired for Life's Jesus Loves Me where we discuss the love of God. We'll be talking about how to recognize Jesus in the little things, how to receive His love, what He's like, how to recognize Him, and more. These are... Continue Reading →

Love Beyond Trauma

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash Learning to Love Anyway Love is the most important thing in life after salvation. We are to love God first, then others as we love ourselves. Right!? Easier said than done. First of all, we need to know what love is and Google says it’s “an intense feeling or deep affection.” To... Continue Reading →

A Little Love, A Lot of Life

Love is large and incredibly patient. Love is gentle and consistently kind to all. It refuses to be jealous when blessing comes to someone else. Love does not brag about one’s achievements nor inflate its own importance. Love does not traffic in shame and disrespect, nor selfishly seek its own honor. Love is not easily irritated or quick... Continue Reading →

Imagination

Excerpt from Hardwired for Creativity: Art Supplies for the Mind to be published later this year by Jana Rawling with contributing writers Sharon Luzzi and Amanda McKinley. Explore First things first, ask God to show you how you’ve misused your imagination and fantasy thinking. Repent, forgive and pray for a sanctified and righteous imagination to... Continue Reading →

You Are Worthy

You Were Made for This. There are too many people in the world and in the church who feel unworthy. They feel unworthy to receive the love of God. Unworthy to be His child representing Him here on earth. Unworthy to walk in His Spirit. They even feel unworthy to use the gifts and talents... Continue Reading →

Being in the Now

Being Present with Jesus When I have a positive attitude about life, when I’m reading Scripture with a now mindset, and doing tasks — even the mundane — with a focus on God and love, I’m in the now. The now moment is described as a loss of time or being outside of time. The... Continue Reading →

Podcast: The Heart & Shalom, S1E29

    The heart is said in Scripture to be like a stone, deceitful and destructive, but it’s also sincere, delightful and full of desires from God. Actions we take from our hearts are driven by our motivations. We can focus on the negative or we can rise above and seek Shalom in every area... Continue Reading →

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