Do you hide God's light in the darkness of this world? For our light to shine we must go into the darkness and be a light for Christ. @mrslotanner #lacedwithpurpose

Do You Hide God’s Light In The Darkness?

As I have come to know and experience the love of Jesus, I could know longer ignore the questions that were tugging at my heart. Questions such as…

Why would a loving God who sent Jesus to save the world; HIDE from the people He came to save?

Why would Halloween be referenced as the devil’s day; when God’s word says, “This is the day the Lord has made I will rejoice and be glad in it”?

Why would we tell our kids to lie, by pretending we were not at home? 

Encouragement for the women who is struggling to walk in faith. A post by Val Gibson.

How to Walk In Faith When What’s Next Is Unknown

I love how this works. He gives us a task, enables us to do it and then we not only receive the fruit of the outcome but we get to experience the sheer joy of obedience, the knowledge that the Father spoke, led us and met us in a beautiful way.  It’s the choice to leap off a cliff and into the safety of His arms-doubts and imperfect faith included-and feel His embrace as He catches us.   

Discovering what it means to be a woman of purposeful faith + 3 tips to help you cultivate purposeful faith. @mrslotanenr #lacedwithpurpose

Becoming A Woman of Purposeful Faith

We can have all the knowledge of faith, but until we take intentional action steps our faith will not grow. We need to, as Jude 3 says, “Earnestly contend for the faith.” As we grow, our faith starts to shape our thoughts, actions, and behaviors and we start living and walking out a purposeful faith.

For the Christian struggling to understand who they are and what they are called to. Tips for knowing your identity and walking in your purpose. http://www.with-purpose-knowing-your-identity @mrslotanner #lacedwithpurpose

Knowing Your Identity and Walking In Your Purpose

Do you know what I love about our God-given identity? You can wear this crown and still carry out every other task, passion, or assignment God has given you. There is no taking this off. From the moment we say, “I do” to Jesus, these truths are forever ours.