Warmest welcome to my friends of every age. Relax. No forms to fill out. And don’t worry, you’ll never have to tell your age here.
As for me? It’s good that I never have to lie about my age. Of course, it’s because most of the time I don’t remember what it is. So there’s that. But I have no problem thinking I might have to deny my age. I do have a problem thinking I might have to actually act it.
So far so good, though.
It’s good to ponder our God—age to age, the same. He doesn’t have to remember His age either. He doesn’t have one. He’s always been. He always will be. Always the same. There’s so much comfort right there.
There are timeless purposes in everything I attempt, too, whether it’s writing or speaking or absolutely anything else. Those purposes are right in line with those in Colossians 2:2-3:
“My purpose is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge,” (NIV).
Knowing the mystery of God, namely, Christ—now that never gets old.
What’s the Haps?
****Espresso Your Faith just hit the shelves!
“Coffee and me. We’ve been through a lot together. Now we’re co-writing a book.”
“Take one cup coffee. Fill to the top with God’s Word. As a matter of fact, let it overflow a little. Stir in some belly laughs and you’ll get something close to Espresso Your Faith: 30 Shots of God’s Word to Keep You Focused on Christ. Rhonda Rhea lets the Word of God take us to deep places that can change the way we think, the way we live and the way we love. It’s a great way to wake up your faith!”
Author of 17 books, including A Sudden Glory: God’s Lavish Response to Your Ache for Something More
****We had loads of fun taping the “How Many Lightbulbs Does It Take to Change a Person?” video series at Christian Television Network’s KNLJ. Station Manager, Vickie Davenport, did some amazing creative consulting to beat the band. And in the way of “the band,” The Corners and Andy Rhea added so much through music and devo content. Co-hosting were daughters Kaley Rhea and Allie Rhea McMullin. What a riot!
****For our fiction-loving friends, Get a Grip, co-authored by Kaley Faith Rhea and Rhonda Rhea, will be releasing soon with AMG Publishers and the daughter/mom duo is busily working on the next book, Cling to Reality.
****How Many Lightbulbs Does It Take to Change a Person? group studies are still popping up. Let us know how we can help!