Have you ever been so focused on or passionate about someone or something you were charged with being deranged? I have.
Moments of joy can be followed by moments of devastation, but each of those moments is uniquely designed to fit the person He lovingly created.
Philippians 2:5 says, "In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus." It was the inspiration for a hymn by Kate Barclay Wilkinson, which has been a favourite prayer of mine as long as I have known the Lord.
On this episode of Hugs From Heaven, let's look to God's Word for some hopeful teachings on faithfulness, commitment, and sacrifice.
On the surface, this Hugs From Heaven podcast might seem a little scattered and heavy, but sometimes we have to dig a little deeper for the real story.
With Valentine's Day just a few days away, it's important to acknowledge single friends and those who might be lonely on a day that focuses on romance.
It is so important to start each day with a thankful heart and choose not to complain. Let's learn how to practice compassion and praise the positives in others on this episode of Hugs From Heaven.
A sentiment reinforced by a surprising source: Monty Python. They miss the hope of erternal life, of course, and include lyrics I can't repeat, but let's see what we can take away from the Bright Side of Life on this podcast.
As we can learn from Pinocchio, being brave, truthful, and unselfish can lead to some amazing things. Fortunately, these types of miracles aren't exclusive to fairy tales.
On this episode, learn how Fanny Crosby became blind in the first place and explore her lifelong refusal to feel sorry for herself.
Though blinded in infancy, Fanny Crosby became a renowned poet writing some of the most popular hymns in every Christian denomination.
In Matthew 25:23, Jesus said of the good and faithful servant, "Well done... You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things."
Throughout the centuries, Christians across Ireland have placed St. Bridid's crosses of woven straw over their door on February 1st. But who exactly is St. Bridgid?
Often referred to as "The Prince of Preachers," Charles Spurgeon inspired Christians of various denominations and left a lasting impact on our world.
After a prominent political career, Robert Grant passed away at the age of fifty-nine while serving as Governor of Bombay. But it was his unpublished hymns that were his true parting gift.
Born on January 29th, 1950, Rufus McDaniel began preaching as a teenager and served the Lord faithfully in ministry throughout Ohio.
How do we go from military drama to a Hug From Heaven? Listen in to this podcast and see if this is a truth you can handle, and apply to your daily Christian walk.
Having been raised by a passionately devoted, Kirkcaldy born Scots mother, I make no apologies for the celebrating the birth of Scotland's National Poet, Robbie Burns.
Author Sarah Evangeline is one woman sharing her challenging journey to find her identity in Christ and embrace her inner beauty.
Listen to learn about the great benefits of journaling and how it can enhance your life, strengthen your character, and help you on your journey.
Homemaking is a literal word and its routines that may seem unending and thankless are truly part of our worship.
We've all been in circles where the declared or unspoken rule forbids discussion of religion or politics; the combination can quickly become explosive!
Take a quick look at these Novel Prize-winning inventions, and find an even more wondrous source of knowledge about you, on this episode of Hugs From Heaven.
Explore why the Light vs. the dark is a very real battle for all of us and how this season, in particular, can often lead many on a downward spiral.
January is the door to the year and an opening to new beginnings, but this reflection on humankind's beginning is amusingly true.
We are in what typically is the harshest expression of winter's assault, but January 15th became a fortuitous day in the life of James Edwin Orr.
Explore the direct correlation between a parents' spiritual growth and that of their children with these Hugs From Heaven from Jonathan and Wynter Pitts.
The snowy landscape provided a white Christmas and some beautiful scenery, but the cold, snow, and ice can be limiting.
"Look to the Rainbow" is one of the memorable tunes, and the opening lyrics express a profound truth to all those who have trusted in Jesus Christ.
Some believe that the Bible teaches the superiority of men, but that isn't how God created us and it isn't how Jesus treated women himself.