The falls will come and I will lay prostrate on the cold hard pavement. But will I call the pavement a part of the journey to another place, or will I see the journey as ending in that place? Enrich your Easter season with Craig's fresh and inspirational Easter blogs at www.craiglpc.com.
There was a moment when we sat unaware in great abundance, when suddenly the walls collapsed under a maelstrom that savagely scoured bare the landscape of our lives. And in the resulting carnage we either chose to cry for the lack of justice, or we chose to smile for the presence of God. Tune in to this week's podcast, "The Untimely - When It Happens All At Once" at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/life-talk-craig-lounsbrough/id1077401745.
Easter is a time where we are reminded that conclusions in man's mind are beginnings in God's plan. See the third article in Craig's Easter series entitled, "Conclusions - The Contradiction of Easter" at http://p0.vresp.com/XHEN7w.
Possessing life can only happen in not possessing it. Tune in to this week's podcast, "Releasing Your Grip - Possessing Life is Letting Life Possess You" at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/life-talk-craig-lounsbrough/id1077401745 .
We are live-blogging “The Voice” finale results episode tonight! The show is sure to be a wild ride as superstars like Ed Sheeran, Hozier, Jennifer Hudson and Bruno Mars take the stage before the Season 7 winner is crowned.
The priceless lesson in the New Year is that endings birth beginnings and beginnings birth endings. And in this elegantly choreographed dance of life, neither ever find an end in the other. See Craig's New Year's article, "A New Start - The Concept of a Beginning" at http://p0.vresp.com/DwCWMB.
This is the wonder of Christmas, that in the solitary form of an impoverished infant God has handed me everything that I could never create so that I can be everything that I could never be. Review our inspirational selection of Christmas articles at www.craiglpc.com.
Easter is an outrageously incredible promise that no accumulated collection of endings, despite how devastatingly massive they might be, will ever possess the power to offset even the smallest of God’s beginnings. Read Craig's third blog in his Easter Series entitled, "Endings - Am I Living for Them?" at www.craiglpc.com.
It’s not that I can’t remember. It’s that I prefer not to remember, which means that I prefer not to remember what not remembering did to me the last time I did it. Explore Craig's videos, podcasts, articles and more at www.craiglpc.com.