Prone to Wander?  The Antidote per the Apostle Paul

Prone to Wander?  The Antidote per the Apostle Paul

 “Prone to wander, Lord I feel it, prone to leave the God I love……” (Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, hymn by Robert Robinson) A familiar personal battle, one with which most of us can identify—the war within ourselves between two mutually exclusive motives and...
Three Things to Count on in Our Uncertain World

Three Things to Count on in Our Uncertain World

Comfort often comes to me through the way the Bible places praise in so many prominent places in its teachings.  Often, just as the Psalmist is lamenting about great suffering, there is the sense of an intentional turn, a decision to focus attention God-ward.  In the...
Attitude: Do I have a choice?

Attitude: Do I have a choice?

I am convinced that one can choose one’s attitude. A familiar story goes way back.  Many speakers and preachers draw upon this ancient parable to inspire their followers toward higher ground in thinking and attitude.  The tale goes like this: There once was a traveler...
WGA Zooms Along

WGA Zooms Along

During the federal and state stay-at-home guidelines, Where Grace Abounds (WGA) has continued to meet.   It is the lifeblood of our ministry to provide opportunities for people to support one another and to experience interaction with the hearts and minds of WGA staff...