Author

Lauren Clark

Obey, a four-lettered word.

In Articles/Devotions

“And Abraham stretched forth his hand, and took the knife to slay his son.” Genesis 22:10 (NKJV) Genesis 22 tells the legacy of Abraham and Isaac which has always left me with my jaw wide open and speechless. It’s a…

The Burden and the Blessing

In Articles/Devotions

I recently was reading through the story of Ruth and stumbled upon the verse Ruth 2:17 (ESV) that says, “So she gleaned in the field until evening. Then she beat out what she had gleaned, and it was about an…

Friendships

In Articles/Devotions

Last week, I was reminded how vital friendships are in our lives. My family was believing for a miracle and in a moment when I didn’t know what else to pray, I grabbed my phone and reached out to my…

Forgiveness vs. Failure

In Articles/Devotions

My husband recently went to the eye doctor for his yearly eye examination. His eyesight changed only slightly. Unlike me, he still has “ok” vision and can see most things without glasses; however, I am practically blind without contacts or…

God Fights for You

In Articles/Devotions

Deuteronomy 20:4 “For the Lord your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies.” Horses have a natural, instinct to fight or flight. Basically, this means when a horse encounters a problem or…

Let Peace be our Compass

In Articles/Devotions

The oven beeps alerting me that it is pre-heated to 425 degrees. I open the oven door and place a full cookie sheet of raw cookie dough inside, twelve cookies in all. The enticing smell of chocolate chip cookies baking…

Main Character

In Articles/Devotions, Miscellaneous Blessings

Peacefully sound asleep, the early morning sun begins to creep in between the curtains and corners of the window casting dancing light particles onto my floor and comforter. While rolling over and taking in last night’s dreams, your alarm sounds…

Priceless

In Articles/Devotions

Years ago, I had a friend that introduced me to thrift store shopping. Poor, single, young and living on my own, thrifting was the best thing that could have happened to my closet. I would find designer jeans for $10…