There is a phenomenon that never ceases to amaze me in the fall. Every year starting November 1st, immediately after dressing in some of the scariest, most demonic costumes possible, our culture does an about face. We switch from this celebration of ghosts and goblins and move immediately into a grateful state of thanks. What can we learn about this that will bring God glory?
The feeling of fall which gives us an instant freedom, joy, and uplift is so refreshing, only to many times be brought back down by our to-do list. But does it truly have to be that way? By reframing our thought patterns, we can transform our ideas to a different perspective of what our daily lives can be like. After all, we are told to not conform to this world, but be transformed!
Teaching English for almost two decades will make you kind of a words person in a very concentrated way, as you teach others how to weave and craft language so it connects on a very intimate level with the audience. You’re reaching right through the […]