In this episode, we delve a little into my health journey, and the oft asked question, "What do you have?" and the implications when a definitive answer can't always be found.
Psalm 139:14; 2 Corinthians 12:9 Galatians 2:20; 3:9; Philippians 3:20-21; 1 Peter 2:9, Christian Standard Bible
"Too often we tangle up our ability with our identity in all the wrong ways. We define who we are by how our weaknesses have been labelled." -Bec McNew
"You’re not coming up with an accurately defining label because you’re testing for the wrong things—you’re not looking in the right places." -Bec McNew
"No matter the extent of your weakness, if you belong to Christ, you are a vessel of perfection because His power is made perfect in weakness." -Bec McNew
"You can be okay in the not-knowing when you know your identity is wrapped up in him, not tangled up in your own ability." -Bec McNew
"If I have weakness, then in Christ I home His power." -Bec McNew
Homeschooling, public school, private school... as parents we wrack our brains on what is the best decision for our families. But our decision making processes don't only apply to schooling. Today we’re going to insightfully reflect on how such decisions give hints to our decision making patterns, our perceptions of adequacy, and what awaits us on the other side of obedience.
Don’t neglect the usability of the good on account of the bad." -Bec McNew
"There is no one universally right decision when it comes to education. But there can be right and wrong reasons for decisions." -Bec McNew
"Faith was the action of obedience, not the feeling of belief." -Bec McNew
"You CAN change your mind. It doesn’t make you a failure. It makes you a human being with a free will to monitor and adjust, learn from your mistakes, and change. And if you need to, change again." -Bec McNew
"Our earthly capacity is not large enough or strong enough to contain God’s heavenly abundance. " -Bec McNew
John 17:13-18 CSB
Luke 5:6-7 CSB
Romans 8:28 CSB