December 10, 2018
December 8, 2018
Books,Conversations,Faith,Guest posts,Listening,Seeing God
December 7, 2018
December 6, 2018
December 1, 2018
(Having trouble subscribing? Try here)
We’ve all experienced the difficulty of putting our head knowledge into life practice.
There is no image that displays the love of God more perfectly than the scars of Jesus. The scars tell God’s story.
When we desire to find our happiness in God, we access a well of joy that won’t run dry.
When you are suffering, it is vital that you preach regularly to yourself the truths that Scripture declares.
It’s time to stop the theft of your identity and gain stability through rescuing the significance of the person you were created to be.
You don’t have to continue to live stretched too thin — exhausted, stressed, frustrated, and drained.
The remarkable part of Christianity is not that we have a Savior who came to deliver us but that we have a Savior who sees us for who we really are and loves us anyway.
Some of the novels I love best are the ones that have taught me how to accept and survive the most grievous facts of my life.
When I finally submitted to the fact that a sovereign, good, and trustworthy God was the one in control, not me, I was set free from the hold that fear and anxiety had on me.
Fallow seasons are meant to bring life in a way it hadn’t been before.
Don’t let this world keep you from clinging to Jesus.
There is no one right way to speak to God, no guarantee of answers or outcomes, but the words themselves will take on life as they leave your lips, they will find their way to Jesus, they will be heard.[
As the sun rises and sets from decade to decade, what is it all for?
I knew I couldn’t let what happened to me become what I believed about myself.
Investing in whatever it takes to heal our underlying shame beliefs will influence how we see ourselves on the surface.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
Outside the US?
Join me in #365GIFT — and become a brokenhearted hallelujah, a GIFT to the world, every day for a year, living broken and given, one intentional act of brokenhearted compassion at a time. Subscribe to posts and let’s begin together.
Hardcover Version »
Audio CD Version »