It’s been a minute, but I’m writing again. … More Led by the lantern Light
“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” Anne Bradstreet Hope is such a strange thing. We love it, and yet we simultaneously despise it. It can be the most painful thing. Do we dare to … More The Pain of Hope
If the gospel is only relevant in Christian worship circles or mass conferences but doesn’t apply to every individual then something is seriously missing. … More The One
“No fear can hinder now the promises You’ve made. “ In May of last year I turned the big 30 and entered an officially adult decade. I’d say it’s been one of my best years to date, probably the best year of my life so far. It’s flown by. It’s been a bit of a … More 30 in Review
Recently a friend and I were catching up over FaceTime. Sharing what was happening in our lives. Both of us had some pretty big changes just happen or that were about to begin. With changing seasons and fresh paths most likely comes a roller coaster of potential emotions so how do we move forward and … More Feeling all the Feels
With the election in the U.S. only a week away the question looms, “Who should I vote for?” The debate is heated. The country seems divided still. Most of us Americans appear to loathe the thought of voting for either of the two primary candidates. Some will decided to not vote at all. I don’t … More Who Should I Vote For?
What does it mean to “stand in the gap” for someone? Biblically, there are physical and spiritual examples of this concept. (Ps. 106:23; Ezek 13:5, 22:30, Nehemiah 4:16, Isaiah 58:12, I Timothy 2:1) When the Israelites were rebuilding the wall in Nehemiah 4, half of the people literally stood by the ones working, with weapons … More Standing in the Gap