By Emmy McKirgan The long road to recovery, the hard facts of anxiety and depression. The lonely nights, the hard-to-understand fate that has befallen you, the job loss, the spouse who walked away, the pain of losing friends, loved ones and so much more. Life can be difficult. Life can be hard to handle. In… Continue reading He Has Risen! Then, Why Do We Still Struggle?
When you think of St. Patty's, what comes to mind? Comment below. I think of: green! Walk down any aisle, at any store, and you will see no shortage of green decorations! There are green shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, you can get it on t-shirts, mugs, and even top hats. Some people celebrate by… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day – March 17
- from Lidi Hello everyone! Wow, finally we are in our New Year of Hope - as they are calling it. 2020 was crazy, it was a dumpster fire, blah blah blah. All of these buzzwords that have been going around for SO LONG! And while I do agree with those descriptions, and my prayers… Continue reading Crowdfunding Success – Thank you so much! (and other thoughts)
by Lidi https://youtu.be/86aStXXZhmg For you, handmade with Canadian and Australian love! Let me know if you would like a video of your own for you to promote your business or showcase personal memories Thanks to Ash & Emblem and Gogo Grandmothers Meet Rebecca Lynch-Wells, a Canadian expat living in Australia. She's the founder of Ash… Continue reading New Sunshine in Malawi Video – Please Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel
When I wondered what to write about for World Kindness Day, an annual celebration of kindness held every November 13th, something came to mind which I bore witness to, years ago on the streets of downtown Toronto. I was standing outside a fast food restaurant, waiting for a friend to come out and witnessed something… Continue reading World Kindness Day: “Be the light you wish to see in the world”
Many of you have been hearing Jeremiah 29:11 for your entire lives. But what does "hope" and "future" mean to you? Some of you may be going through a lot right now. Hardships you may never have thought possible. Maybe you've lost a loved one due to COVID-19, police brutality, mental health crisis, or something… Continue reading What will be your future?
In senior year, I was working on a teen dystopian novel called "Rubble" that included the characters discussing Biblical matters. I wish I could finish that book, but I wrote it during physics, chemistry, and biology classes, and there's no way I could remember all the weird sciency stuff I was planning on putting in it. I do think it's interesting how I wrote about a lockdown, and people not wanting to listen to the government to keep them safe. Hmm...Pandemic predicted? Anyway. Hope you enjoy! Comment below if you might want to read more of this incomplete work.
I think that until we really realize what life is like without God, this almost literally Godforsaken earth we've advocated for since the beginning of time, it would be impossible for us to truly understand that an eternity of perfect communion with God and each other is the only antidote to this aching pain we have deep within us. Once we get to heaven and our sinful, selfish blinders are removed, I don't think we'd have eternity any other way.
“The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.”Proverbs 21:5 NIV Well, isn’t this quote a gem. I should actually frame this one for my wall in my imaginary office. I think I might be the queen of haste. A lot of the times I don’t care if something… Continue reading On Profit and Poverty
"Jesus doesn't care about political correctness!" he was saying, his voice clear and convicting despite his blatant discomfort. "Everyone keeps saying that his message and anything that has to do with the Bible could be offensive to people, and that's why Christmastime is no longer Christmastime, but the 'Holidays'. It's why they teach Evolutionism in schools and universities, and not one word can even be mentioned about the true creation of the universe and everything in it!"