From Brianna's post at ufcwomen.blog: I have always been more of an intuitive person and learned at an early age to trust my gut. If I got uneasy in a situation or place I found myself in, I got out of there, no questions asked. My mom described the sensation as the “uh-oh” feeling, and it saved me from some very painful and scary scenarios that I could only see in hindsight. I believe deeply that my “uh-oh” feeling is the Holy Spirit trying to tell me something, and even as a kid, I listened when it called.
Friday Feature: Rachel Gragg
Editor’s Note: If you have children or teens at UFC, you have most likely met the amazing Rachel Gragg, who has invested much in the lives of our kids. Today it's a joy to welcome her to the blog as she reflects on questions connected to our Malachi study.
Pause, Ponder, Pray: Malachi 2:17-3:7
We're in Malachi 2:17-3:7 today, talking about God's refining process in our lives.
Quitting the Blame Game
Have you ever been driving down the freeway and had someone in a sporty little car aggressively zip around you going 30 over the speed limit? It happens to me quite often because I drive fairly slowly. Every time it happens, I wish a cop was waiting along the shoulder to chase them down and give them the ticket they deserve. One time I did see that same sporty car, the one that had blown by me minutes earlier, parked along the shoulder, getting a talking to from the highway patrol. I thought to myself, “Sweet justice!” It felt so good to see someone getting the justice they deserved as long as it wasn’t my name on that ticket! But... (Read more from Brianna Hines' post or listen to her podcast at ufcwomen.blog.)
Friday Feature: Mindy Herring
It’s a joy to introduce you to Mindy Herring in today’s Friday Feature. We asked her a series of tough questions related to our Malachi study, and she shared a beautiful reflection that we know will encourage you with words of truth from God’s Word.