Amy Layne Litzelman invites us to soak in God's presence with both mind and soul. "Let’s drink from the bottom of the ocean instead of sipping from the surface."
SCH Contributor Amy Layne Litzelman encourages us to delight in the extravagance of God through our weaknesses so that our roots will grow deeper into his peace, his joy, and his compassion.
Sometimes the negativity in the world can be overwhelming, but SCH Contributor Amy Layne Litzelman reminds us of our far greater purpose and encourages us to "To release hope. To speak truth. To love beyond ourselves."
Here's a twist on pruning: when our Father God prunes us back - by His Word, by His Spirit, by the circumstances and people He puts in our lives - it not only causes growth and fruit in us, but greatly affects the growth in those around us.
"May we not grow weary, but continue to look for His Kingdom rising up in the midst of our world as we believe and obey." SCH Contributor Amy Layne Litzelman revels in the thought of Spring; a place where faith is bursting with hope in the unseen.
SCH Contributor Amy Layne Litzelman asks, "Have you ever noticed how something that seemed so important suddenly loses its power when put in the proper perspective?" What's worthy of your focus? In these moments, she suggests that we allow the Light of faith to guide us from our darkness.