Comparison, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, Loving Others, Racism, Reading God's Word, Reflect, Repent, Sharing The Good News, Surrender to Jesus, Trusting God, When it hurts

Lead With Love: Hate is the Opposite of Love–12 Scriptures to Redirect Us To Love

#Love seems so simple, doesn't it? But when you look at God's definition of #love, we realize it's anything but. However, when we abide in His #love for us through faith in His Son Jesus Christ, we CAN #love like He does! How? Through the #love He pours into us. He fills us to overflowing… Continue reading Lead With Love: Hate is the Opposite of Love–12 Scriptures to Redirect Us To Love

Comparison, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, Loving Others, Racism, Reflect, Surrender to Jesus, When it hurts

Lead With Love: What does the Bible Say about Racism? 10 Verses to Meditate on.

If your heart has been as deeply grieved as mine has been, I can't help but wonder how grieved God's heart must be. But when I looked up the word "racism" in my concordances, I found nothing. But rather than getting discouraged, I kept looking... Turns out, the Bible has A LOT to say about… Continue reading Lead With Love: What does the Bible Say about Racism? 10 Verses to Meditate on.

Confess, Forgiveness, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, Judging Others, Loving Others, Obedience, Prayer, Reading God's Word, Refinement, Repent, Trusting God, When it hurts

Lead with Love: 11 Scripture Passage to Pray as You Examine Your Heart

These are some of the passages I have been meditating on over this past weekend in reference to "Examining The Heart" and remembering who I really am. A sinner in need of a Savior. Each of these passages encouraged me to stop. Reflect. Open myself up to God. And see what is really inside. Then… Continue reading Lead with Love: 11 Scripture Passage to Pray as You Examine Your Heart

anxiety, Healing, ImportanceofBibleStudy, Jesus in Everyday Life, Knowing God, Obedience, Pause, Prayer, Reading God's Word, Refinement, Repent, Surrender to Jesus, Trusting God

God Is Not Surprised By This: What if…?

Hey my friend, how can I pray for you today? Are you coping or thriving? Existing or excelling? Wasting your time or investing it well? Pretending or preparing? I ask because when Covid-19 first came on our radar, the internet was flooded with funny memes and jokes. Videos of people playing battleship across courtyards and… Continue reading God Is Not Surprised By This: What if…?

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

Healing, My Publishing Journey, My Story, Prayer, Trusting God, When it hurts

Irony of Control (Part 2): When it Hurts–Laying My Isaac Down

Where do you go when it hurts? Who do you talk to? What do you do? I’m in a situation that hurts. I’ve gone to my prayer journal and poured out. (I’m definitely going to need a new one after this is all over and done.) I’ve vented and I’ve spewed. (I know, not so… Continue reading Irony of Control (Part 2): When it Hurts–Laying My Isaac Down

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

Follow Friday, Guest Post, Healing

Follow Friday: Misty Phillip, The Struggle is Real But So Is God

Another friend I want to reintroduce you to for Follow Friday is my precious sister, Misty Phillip. There are no words to express how thankful I am for this woman her love, or her prayers. Misty was one of several friends who were determined to pray me through my depression this winter as well as… Continue reading Follow Friday: Misty Phillip, The Struggle is Real But So Is God

Ephesians, Healing, Jesus in Everyday Life, Surrender to Jesus

Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine

I apologize this didn't get out on Saturday as planned. I was blessed to be present with family and friends. To encourage others in need and to be blessed in return. And now back to regular programming 🙂 Have you heard of the Japanese art, Kintsukuroi? This ancient art developed because a beloved piece of… Continue reading Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine