Denise Miller Holmes | March 31, 2009
Savvy Article #0907
In our weakness, He is strong. In our inaction, He is forgotten.
Sometimes, in assessing myself, I run into a wad of insecurities. I have been experiencing this recently as I try to branch out and do new things. It’s as if everything inside is betting I’ll fail. You have no skill for that [...]
Denise Miller Holmes | March 23, 2009
Savvy Article #0906
It’s a good thing I’ve changed, or I would have felt guilty.
Along with my early ideas that God is lofty (see: Hearing God’s Voice), I also used to think that God is serious, and therefore I shouldn’t laugh while praying.
Denise Miller Holmes | March 16, 2009
Savvy Article #0905
Arguments reigned whenever a certain pastor and his wife brought up the subject of wealth. They were adamant that any Christian who was rich was materialistic. We disagreed.
Denise Miller Holmes | March 9, 2009
Savvy Article #0904
Ahhh, the rewards of listening.
Piles of taco-sauce packets litter my pantry. I only ask for “two mild” packets when I order, but I get ten packets instead. I keep them, thinking I’ll use them, but in Denver they dry up and I find myself asking again for “two mild” packets and AGAIN I [...]
Denise Miller Holmes | March 1, 2009
Savvy Article #0903
Lightning and earthquakes, a throne in the heavens: God always seems so lofty in Scriptures. In my early walk with God, even when I read that Jesus didn’t take showers and slept with a rock for a pillow, that he ate fish for breakfast and had nowhere to live, that his feet were [...]