“Jesus answered, ‘The most important is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind … Read the rest
Happy 2019! Although we’re at the end of January, we’re still at the very beginning of a brand new year, a new year that’s filled with opportunities and possibilities no matter your situation. It’s always sad to see holidays come … Read the rest
Freedom – a lifestyle I’ve always wanted to truly embrace and live, but for years, I suffered from severe anxiety. I had seen God do amazing things in my life, yet when trouble would strike, I’d suddenly find myself in … Read the rest
Life is unpredictable. A giant understatement, right? Life and reality come at us in various ways. The current can be quick and strong, and the tides can be ferocious. All of a sudden, it’s back to steady and unsurprising. Our … Read the rest
It was a soul destroying, murder most foul,
It was a mystery.
How could he get away with it?
Bit by bit,
Pieces were taken away,
Till, but a few remained.
But that was all she needed.
A starting point,… Read the rest
Now, if anyone is enfolded into Christ, he has become an entirely new creation. All that is related to the old order has vanished. Behold, everything is fresh and new.
2 Corinthians 5:17 TPT
I love this Bible verse, especially … Read the rest
Ten years ago, my high school placed me in the wrong elective class. Instead of one of the ‘cool’ classes like graphic design or team sports, I ended up in creative writing. I walked into the lamp filled room at … Read the rest
Throughout the decades, I have on too many occasions been overwhelmed by the desire to either start new or to be made new. This desire may appear as a noble cause. Starting fresh is certainly a wonderful notion, the proverbial … Read the rest
I am consistently floored by stories of people’s first encounters with the Gospel and how transformative it can be for a hungry heart. I recently found one of these stories in scripture, Acts 8 to be specific, and I thought … Read the rest
“Do me a favor, don’t tell anybody about this.” The man, who just experienced something miraculous, was told not to tell a soul. I imagine him looking puzzled as the healer continued, “Don’t give me a shout out on twitter. … Read the rest