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This is the heart of the matter: God can do anything.
Christmas comes for our grief. Christmas comes for the sadness we can’t speak out loud, Christmas comes to crush all our dark, Christmas comes for our wounded ache.
Wherever there is a place of Grace — we all find more of Home.
Before I even knew him, he called me friend.
It starts with us—ordinary, regular us—taking one step, then two, and then a hundred small steps in an intentional direction.
We are family not because we bear the same last name — but because we bear the image of the same God.
Fallow seasons are meant to bring life in a way it hadn’t been before.
Kristen Welch and I are sorta, kinda, soul sisters? As I serve on the board of directors of the ministry Kristen founded, Mercy House Global, I get to see it first hand…
There is a time for death, but there is also a time for birth. Our hearts, though heavy, need not despair.
What I really needed all along, more than anything, was to see myself through His eyes.
I glimpsed the joy beyond the curtain that was mine for the taking, and in that glorious, incredible moment, something in my heart shifted.
But faith is not measured by our ability to manipulate God to get what we want. It is measured by our willingness to submit to what He wants.
A flourishing human existence finds its source of power in God and is demonstrated through a life of love.
Nothing is beyond God’s capacity, ability, or desire to redeem, restore, and reconcile.
You are able to walk Jesus strong because of who He is and what He has already done.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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