1. Wonderstruck by a father’s love. Grab the tissues, this one will bring on those big ole wet tears: [Tweet this]
2. Even the folks at McDonalds long to #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK. Check out their Moments of Wonder ad campaign: [Tweet this]
Some of God’s greatest wonders await us when we allow ourselves to hope. [Tweet this]
Spend ten minutes today creating a list of things you’d like to see God do in your life and the lives of those around you. Write down things you’d do, places you’d visit, and situations you’d encounter if anything were possible. Continue Reading...
Welcome to Week Six of Pursuing God’s Beauty: Stories from the Gospel of John. This summer, we’re digging deep into God’s Word and praying that with a word, passage, or story we will be wonderstruck by Scripture and fall in love with the Bible once again, or maybe for the first time.
Here are four things you will want to know before diving into John 20-21: Continue Reading...
I loved reading your responses to how you’ve been wonderstruck by God. So many responses revolved around your children, nieces, nephews, grandkids, and more.
In Matthew 18, Jesus says we must be like children to enter God’s kingdom. When we pray for wonder, we express childlike trust and hope—we trust in both God’s wisdom and winsomeness and find hope in God’s mercy and mirth. Maybe the best place to rediscover the kingdom of God is bouncing on Jesus’ knee. [Tweet this]
This week, I’m giving away THREE copies of Heather Kopp’s new book, Sober Mercies. Heather is an author, editor and blogger. Among her books are a critically acclaimed memoir, I Went to the Animal Fair and The Dieter’s Prayer Book. Heather blogs about addiction, grace, and recovery at HeatherKopp.com. She and her husband, David, have five grown children, and live in Colorado.
I recently had the chance to ask Heather a few questions about her new book: Continue Reading...