Bible Study Tips, Encouragement, ImportanceofBibleStudy, My 15 Minutes

Your Spiritual Health Matters

The best things about being sick is getting well. Interestingly, getting well reveals how wretched you actually felt. And that realization forces you to acknowledge how much you took your health for granted. How you neglected and abused it.How you assumed it would always be there, compensating for your poor choices.How it deteriorates when it’s… Continue reading Your Spiritual Health Matters

Depression, Encouragement, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story, SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

Let's Combat SAD–Part 4 PSA It's OK to Love Jesus and See a Therapist

Dear Christian, it’s okay to have a therapist and love Jesus at the same time. This week’s piece on overcoming SAD (seasonal affective disorder) was going to focus on the force exercise has in combating SAD. That was until last night. Warning: Today’s post is going to be a little raw today. Not as edited… Continue reading Let's Combat SAD–Part 4 PSA It's OK to Love Jesus and See a Therapist

Depression, Encouragement, ImportanceofBibleStudy, Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story, SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), When it hurts

Let’s Combat SAD–Part 2 Light Therapy and Vitamin D

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). It’s not something we really talk about or acknowledge. But we should need to. Why? Because SAD affects many more people than we realizeBecause SAD is more than just “the winter blues”Because SAD can significantly magnify anxiety, agitation, clinical depression, and bipolar disorder Because SAD’s symptoms become more severe as the… Continue reading Let’s Combat SAD–Part 2 Light Therapy and Vitamin D

Encouragement, Jesus in Everyday Life, My Publishing Journey, My Story, Waiting Well, Your Purpose

(Oh, I Got Some News!) This week’s Verse 1 John 5:14-15

What’s one of your very favorite things? Mine’s a toss-up between dark, strong coffee and chocolate (milk or dark)…and no, I’m not a fan of them being combined. I’ll eat them together, but I like my coffee black, very black. No sugar. No cream. Just black. Another is seeing God’s Word become Vibrantly Relevant in… Continue reading (Oh, I Got Some News!) This week’s Verse 1 John 5:14-15

Attitude, Encouragement, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, My Story, Refinement, Surrender to Jesus, Trusting God, When it hurts, Wrestling, Your Purpose

Undone To Be Rebuilt For A Purpose

During these 10 day I’m sending my son, Tyler, encouraging quotes and messages while he attends the JRob 10-day Intensive Wrestling Camp in Iowa. My goal is to inspire him, to give him something to hang on to when things get hellacious, when his asthma acts up, when his muscles are past burning and have… Continue reading Undone To Be Rebuilt For A Purpose

Attitude, Diligent, Encouragement, Everyday Heroes, Goals, My Story, Wrestling, Your Purpose

Failure. Resilience. Success.

During these 10 day I’m sending my son, Tyler, encouraging quotes and messages while he attends the JRob 10-day Intensive Wrestling Camp in Iowa. My goal is to inspire him, to give him something to hang on to when things get hellacious, when his asthma acts up, when his muscles are past burning and have… Continue reading Failure. Resilience. Success.

Encouragement, Jesus in Everyday Life, My Publishing Journey, My Story, Trusting God

HELP! I’m Drowning

But when he saw the strong wind and the waves, he was terrified and began to sink. “Save me, Lord!” he shouted. (Matthew 14:30) Ever have one of those moments? Oh, today I'm there. No question. This verse is a pivotal moment in the recounting of Jesus walking on the water and Peter coming out… Continue reading HELP! I’m Drowning

Encouragement, Ephesians, Jesus in Everyday Life

Ephesians 3:20, Part 1–Infinitely More Than We Could Ever Imagine

Could you use some encouragement? A friend, a mentor, a leader to come alongside you and speak words of Truth over you to strengthen you? Words to expand your faith? Words to soothe the jagged edges of a painful situation? Words to infuse hope where hope is fleeting? Words to remind you of who you… Continue reading Ephesians 3:20, Part 1–Infinitely More Than We Could Ever Imagine