Posted in June 2010

Getting Out of Complacency and Finding Joy

This is a follow-up to the two previous posts on complacency inspired by this week’s In Other Words quote. The first two posts are Complacency Should Not be a Permanet Address and Complacency – The Danger and the Hope. com-pla-cen-cy – a feeling of quiet pleasure or security, often while unaware of some potential danger, … Continue reading

Complacency – The Danger and The Hope

This week’s In Other Words quote struck such a chord in me that it will take at least three posts to say all that I want to say. Because reading shorter posts is more to my liking, I thought it might be to yours as well. For that reason, I started my Complacency series on … Continue reading

Complacency Should Not Be a Permanent Address

com-pla-cen-cy — a feeling of quiet pleasure or security, often while unaware of some potential danger, defect, or the like; self-satisfaction or smug satisfaction with an existing situation, condition, etc. (Webster’s @ dictionary.com) Sadly, complacency hits nearly every Christian at some point in his or her walk with Christ. Often it comes without warning and … Continue reading

Share Your Thoughts

Giving you a heads-up on two upcoming opportunities to share your thoughts with the world. Want this button? On Monday, June 7, join e-Mom at Chrysallis to share your honeymoon experience and/or thoughts on Marriage Monday Share your own honeymoon experience (family-friendly) or your advice for couples planning a honeymoon. Get the details at Marriage … Continue reading