We trust Him to do in us what we can’t. We don’t give up; we reach out. God is always there. — Marilyn Meberg (Since You Asked)
Apparently, laughter is the one human activity that exercises the liver. I never knew the liver was in need of exercise, but just knowing laughter does for my liver what laughter does for my blood pressure causes me to dash about for daily humor with the well-being of my liver in mind. — Marilyn Meberg
Some of you may be wondering about your personal calling in life. Being married or not being married can indeed be a calling. So can having children or having no children, working outside the home or being a full-time mom, traveling on a job or staying in an office, working out of your home or
What DO you do when your roof caves in? Not your literal roof—that you can put a tarp over. Marilyn is talking about your spiritual, emotional, even financial covering. Infidelity…money problems…pornography…suicide. These issues (and more) often strike out of the blue and can send your roof crashing down around your ears.
When are interruptions divine? Last night as Marilyn Meberg, Luci Swindoll, Lisa Whelchel and I were making a quick connection in the Nairobi, Kenya airport, we hit a major roadblock which might have been a disaster but instead became a huge blessing in disguise. We’re in Africa on a trip to see the work of