Adrienne Korman
Living in the Moment

Living in the Moment

Living in the Moment This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.  Psalm 118:24 hen was little, my neighbor lived with her Sicilian grandmother who would make us homemade pizza. She has since passed, and I often dream...

In Him

In Him

In Him For in him we live and move and exist.Acts 17:28a  Do you feel the pull? You are trying to stay rooted, yet your arms and legs are stretched in different directions. It could be the needs of your family. It could be job responsibilities....

Worship and Prayer

Worship and Prayer

Worship and Prayer  Let the high praises of God be in their mouth, and a two-edged sword in their hand.  Psalm 149:6 or a chronic headache sufferer, worship and prayer is the only combination that not only helps me survive, but helps me thrive. In...

A Time For Everything

This global pandemic personally impacts our current season. For essential workers and moms with young children, this could be a season of exhaustion. For parents working from home or small business owners this could be a season of stress. For others it could be a season of rest, fear, discouragement or loneliness.

Imitators

You know what God has been teaching me? His main desire for my life is not that I am healthy, happy or comfortable. And dare I say it… it’s not even for Him to answer my prayer and fix my situation. His main desire is that my character would be more like Christ.

God With Us!

The week before Christmas, friends invited us over for dinner. In an anticipated time of hurry and busyness, they chose to create space for our family by sacrificing their time and energy to gather us around their table. These friends gave up much need holiday prep time by pressing the pause button on their massive to-do lists and agendas.

Praying in Community

We sat, huddled, with our heads bowed. I could hear the shallow breathing of the person next to me. Another’s voice quivered as she struggled to formulate her sentences. Someone was crying; it was me. I opened my eyes and saw a tear splatter on the floor and felt the warmth of a hand on my back. This was prayer. This was community.

More Than a Picture

When our loved ones leave this earth, we are left with memories and pictures. These images remind us of our time with them, often providing comfort. But in their absence, we look at the photograph and long for something deeper: to hear their voice and to engage with their heart. In other words, we long to be in their presence.

Faith in What?

Four summers ago I prayed around the clock for a girl I never met. She suffered wounds from a car accident. The Lord chose not to heal her on earth. I often think of her and I cannot wait to meet her in heaven. Do you ever pray for something or someone and your mind takes you to the result? Will He do it?