Posts Tagged ‘joy’

Joy, Faith, and Hope In The Midst Of Poverty

Too often my joy is attached to material possessions. Too often my faith is attached to the outcome of my circumstances. Too often my hope is attached to self-doubt… and I don’t live in poverty. Someone living in extreme poverty definitely wouldn’t have joy, faith, or hope, right? If you have nothing, where does your joy come from? If your circumstances are only getting worse, where does your faith come from? If you’re treated as… … Continue reading

Bekah from the Wally Show is a Terrible Person

“I’m a terrible person.”   That’s been the second thing on my mind for the better part of a week now. The first thing on my mind has been all of my own problems.  #firstworldproblems I am the best of the best when it comes to throwing pity parties. Getting a cold before the trip? I better start feeling sorry for myself.  Uncomfortable airplane seats? I have the roughest life. My hair tie is too tight? How am I to survive!? I know… … Continue reading

3 Life Changing Lessons About Trials I Found in the Latest Pixar Movie

Inside Out has quickly become the movie of the summer for adults and children alike. For those of you who haven’t seen it, this may have a few spoilers so take that as caution. I don’t want to ruin the movie for you. This is one of the most creative, brilliant movies I’ve seen in a while. There are 5 “personalities,” Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear inside the mind of a little girl, Riley.… … Continue reading

How Lindsay McCaul is Choosing Joy

Artist Lindsay McCaul has an incredible testimony of choosing joy and hanging onto who God is in spite of hard times. Hear what she has to say in today's video and check out her story, too!   Want more devotions like this one? You can still join the World’s Biggest Small Group right here! … Continue reading