Posts with the tag “anxiety”
He'll take care of the rest
by Cameron Stevens on September 13th, 2021
There are so many things in this world that distract us; call them hiccups, speed bumps, obstacles, fences, or walls. They tend to take our focus don't they? Nope. I'm going to change that statement and say that it is we who change our focus.
Do not let your heart be troubled
by Cameron Stevens on August 16th, 2021
In this day and age, there is way more on our plates than we can handle. And that can be an extremely discouraging thing. Or it can be a very encouraging thing. It just depends on how you look at it all.
Bee Sting Praise
by Cameron Stevens on February 15th, 2021
About 8 years ago, we had some friends over to celebrate my son's birthday. It was an amazing day of food, fellowship, friends, and family... Once everyone left, it was fun to sit and watch my son play with his new toys. After we straightened up the house... and then we hear the scream that all parents fear. The type of scream that can not be described, but one that every parents can nod their head in agreement that they fear.
How often do you fly off the handle?
by Cameron Stevens on December 27th, 2020
The life and ministry of Elisha, the Old Testament prophet. What an amazing life! The lives changed, the miracles performed, and salvation presented through one man. Absolutely inspiring. But there was one particular story that grabbed my attention more that any other.
by Cameron Stevens on September 28th, 2020
After picking up my daughter from school, I needed to run to the grocery store for a couple dinner items. Upon checking out, my 12 year old looks at our cashier and says, "I just want to tell you that you are a beautiful person." It was one of those moments that made me well up with pride and joy. I welcome these moments, especially when they come from my pre-teen who, well, is a pre-teen...nuff said. Or other moments, like when my other daughter decides to pack more food in her lunch because a friend at school often comes to school with very little to eat. Or when my son desires to pray before our meals. These are the moments when I can see God's Word come to life when it says, "I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth." (3 John 1:4)