For when you think you’re unworthy.

If you’re doubting whether you’re worthy, just remember that because of Christ’s life, blood, sacrifice, death, and resurrection, you are seen as holy and pure in the Lord’s sight. [Ephesians 1:4] Even before He made the world, God loved us and chose us in Christ to be holy and without fault in His eyes. While... Continue Reading →

The devil hates Sunday.

This past Christmas I wrote a blog called Oh no, she’s awake. At the time I felt asleep in my relationship for the Lord. That I was not preparing – or, as I’ve so fondly started calling it – sharpening my ax, for the things He has planned for me. I questioned what I was missing out... Continue Reading →

Stop. & invest. It’s not about me.

[Acts 4:32-35] The Believers Share Their Possessions "All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had. With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And God’s grace was so powerfully at... Continue Reading →

Childlike Faith

One of the main reasons I started this blog was because I love looking back on the past. I love seeing where I used to stand, and allow God to remind me how far He’s taken me. Recently I’ve been thumbing through old journals and last night I read the first page that started it... Continue Reading →

The Thankful Game

On the Race we were told about the Thankful Game. In the moments when times got tough, ministry wasn’t what you expected, travel days were going wrong, your walk with the Lord was just off… play the Thankful Game. I don’t remember how many times I played the Thankful Game on the Race. But in... Continue Reading →

Protector/Protect Her

Once during Listening Prayer a teammate said to me, “I got the word Protector. Or Protect Her. I’m not sure which. Maybe both.” I liked both. Protector: If you knew me during college or the early stages of my World Race mission’s trip, you’d know my compassion skills were slim to none. My friends could tell you... Continue Reading →

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