Some days we need a suit of armor to protect us in our workplace battles. Women often juggle performance scrutiny, gender inequities, and heightened competition. God says: “I see you. I love you. I created you for purpose.”
20/20 Plan(ting) for a Breakthrough
In the previous article, 20/20 Vision for a Breakthrough (1), when King David was in a crisis, he called on God in prayer. He was immediately delivered from his enemies twice by God the Lord of the Breakthrough! Consequently, reading this story, your faith was stirred, and you called upon God in prayer (1) to deliver you from your serious situation. However, it seems as if God did not respond immediately to your crisis situation. Why King David and not me? I am glad you asked!
20/20 Vision for a Breakthrough
Perhaps you are in a situation where you are suffering (1) physically, emotionally, or spiritually and have been in this condition for months, years, or decades. Perhaps, you have prayed to the Lord, and He has given you His comfort and strength to endure, but you have not obtained victory over the situation.
Breakthrough, the Movie: Questions to Consider
Seana Scott and I are at the national conference for the Evangelical Press Association. Tonight we saw a pre-release showing of the faith film "Breakthrough" starring Chrissy Metz (This Is Us). I invited Seana to contribute a guest post, and she offered the following good words: John Smith and his two basketball buddies do what young men naturally do—egg each other on to take boyish risks. And playing on an iced-over lake, all three kids fell in as the frozen shell suddenly cracked open. By the time paramedics pulled John out of the ice, he was cold, limp, and unresponsive. After more than thirty minutes of medical effort to find…