God's Roadmap

Now may the Lord Jesus Christ and our Father God, who loved us and in his wonderful grace gave us eternal comfort and a beautiful hope that cannot fail, encourage your hearts and inspire you with strength to always do and speak what is good and beautiful in his eyes (2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 TPT).

Saturday, August 28, 2021

How to Thrive in Hope in a World of Chaos


by Barbara Latta

Paul dipped his quill into ink and scratched the words across parchment. Although he was a prisoner in Rome, he had been given his own rented house and the privilege of visitors. His heart rejoiced to hear about the faith of saints in other regions where churches had been started. His own son in the faith, Timothy, was the pastor of the church he was writing to in Ephesus.

Saturday, August 21, 2021

What Does Paul's Prayer for the Colossian Believers Mean to Us?


by Barbara Latta 

Have you ever felt like your prayers were empty? I have. When I realized all my prayers were for God to meet my needs, take care of a problem, or change a circumstance, I found out I was praying wrong.

Paul the Apostle prayed many prayers for the saints in the New Testament Church.

What does the prayer to the Colossian believers mean to us?

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Recognizing National Spirit of '45 Day


by Barbara Latta @barbaralatta

The second Sunday in August is recognized as National Spirit of ’45 Day.

The era of the 40’s which comprised those who fought and lived during World War II has been designated as the Greatest Generation. But what brought about this illustrious title given to those who lived in a segment of time?

Saturday, August 7, 2021

Killing the Giants of Impossibility


by Barbara Latta @barbaralatta

The earth around us is filled with depressing events.

I can find myself sometimes falling into a hole of impossibility. Just looking at the travel restrictions imposed by governments around the world started to play on my mind. How can I ever see my family again? We are spread out across the world.

I guess it’s human nature to start leaning to our own understanding without even knowing that’s what we do.

Until God brings us back to what He said. He used the story of David and Goliath to remind me that he kills the giants of impossibility. Goliaths don’t win.