Discipline

What Do You Crave Most?

At Craving God Ministries our goal is to provide encouragement through truth in the word to ignite passion and relationship so that you can answer this question with the one thing that matters most, God.

Discipline

Discipline. Be honest… How many of you cringe when you read this word? For most of us, discipline is something instilled at a young age. As babies, it’s “No no! Don’t put that in your mouth!” As toddlers, it’s “don’t touch!” Then, as we become teens and young adults, we

Dandelion Hope

When I think about dandelions, I am almost instantly transported back to my childhood. I smile thinking about blowing white puff-balls into the wind making wishes for the future. The bright yellow blooms that seemed to cheerfully pop up everywhere, even in the scorching heat of the Georgia summer sun.

Seasons

As leaves are just beginning to turn and the first hints of crisp coolness linger in the evening air, I can’t help but think about the seasons. Each season serves its purpose and faithfully comes along every year as God designed (even though in the south it feels like summers

Just Stop

I can’t tell you how many times over the last few weeks I’ve described my life as perpetually struggling to stay above water. As my to-do list grows, and my anxiety along with it, I’ve almost succumbed to the feeling of never getting it all done… almost. My breaths were

Be Still

I have had this post on my heart for over four months. The thoughts and words have stirred in my mind, but something has stopped me every time. Today was different. I got a new book in the mail and when I turned to today’s devotional, there it was… “THANK GOD

Like The Deer

My husband and I just got back from a cabin trip and it was so very relaxing. Our cabin literally hung off the brow overlooking pastures and hills below. Every night we enjoyed the peaceful view watching the beautiful colors of the sunset fade into night as deer grazed in

Joy In Work

I was stuck in traffic one morning after dropping my daughter off at school. Normally with this pause I would become frustrated at the delay or pick up my cell phone to pass the time. This day was different. I looked up to find the source of the traffic; a

Root Check

I am perpetually late. No matter how hard I try, it seems as though I’m always in a hurry. My lateness and rushing ways have trickled down to my daughter. Not meaning that she herself is late, but I have (embarrassingly enough) caused her to be tardy a time or