Posts about Wisdom

Unlearning is Learning, Too. Unlearning is Learning, Too.

Posted by Connie Armerding on May 30, 2019 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Wisdom

The phrase “two steps forward, one step back” has been rattling around in my head the past few weeks. My husband recently described a childhood experience where his family climbed Mount Saint Helens in Washington State. He explained how the final 1,000 feet of elevation climb is made through gritty sand-like volcanic ash and pumice […]

Thanks Jesus. I can save myself. Thanks, Jesus. But I Can Save Myself.

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 16, 2019 in Faith, Happiness, Unite, Build, Live, Wisdom

“My old self has been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. I do not treat the grace of God as meaningless. For if keeping […]

Fearless Two Ways to Reduce Fear

Posted by Guest Blogger on April 11, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Wisdom

A few years ago, my new year’s resolution was to identify things in this world that will not be present in eternity. If death and evil will not be permitted beyond the pearly gates, what might that New Earth look like? I knew that there will be no more tears, and that lions and lambs […]

Adapt to Thrive Adapt to Thrive

Posted by Guest Blogger on February 21, 2019 in Faith, Family, Guest Blogger, Happiness, Wisdom

Life. It can throw you a curve ball. Okay, I know nothing about sports and probably should shy away from metaphors involving anything athletic, but you know what I mean. Just when you think you’ve got things figured out, BOOM! I am an adoptive parent of twin boys. We have recently been thrust into the […]

You: A Vision of Revival You: a Vision of Revival

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 17, 2019 in Faith, Freedom, Guest Blogger, Wisdom

At times I view the span of my life like the passing of a single year. Our old-timey symbols of a new year [baby and elder] mirror the idea that our lives follow an expected rise and decline when it comes to youthful qualities like potential, beauty, energy, inventiveness. Auld lang syne and such; celebrate […]