Embracing the Fear of Change

Embracing the Fear of Change

I’m moving across the country in three weeks…three weeks. And the extent of my packing thus far is taking décor off the walls. With so much on my plate, I find myself putting any type of change on the back burner, not wanting to deal with it until it can’t be ignored. . .

Are You Bearing Fruit?

Are You Bearing Fruit?

Repentance is a word we hear often in Christian circles. But what all does it entail? What exactly does it mean to “bear fruit”? And how are the two connected? Mark 3:8 is one of those verses that are short, sweet, and to the point. . .

Partial Obedience is Disobedience

Partial Obedience is Disobedience

Saul had been given one simple task; He was to completely annihilate the Amalekites.  God had spoken to him through the prophet Samuel that he was to spare nothing. He was to eliminate the men, women, children, infants, oxen, sheep, camels and donkeys. . .

Through Him, For Him, By Him

Through Him, For Him, By Him

Why do we, those who have tasted the goodness, grace, and mercy of God, still seek - in our flesh - the things of this world? All the treasures of wisdom and knowledge are hidden in Him. Colossians 2:3. They are not elusive. . .

Hungry for Christ

Hungry for Christ

It’s the day after Valentine’s Day, and I’m sure many of us are bloated from all the chocolate we ate and all the various foods we consumed. This week I started a cleanse to get rid of all the toxins in my body. . .

The Magnitude of Christ's Love

The Magnitude of Christ's Love

We have all heard, time and time again, the passage in 1 Corinthians 13 that speaks of love. Even unbelievers know it well. Passages such as this one are found in cards, wedding ceremonies, and Instagram captions galore. . .

God Will Use You in Spite of You

God Will Use You in Spite of You

Have you ever felt like your past actions disqualify you from being used in God’s bigger plan? Have you ever felt a strong conviction, yet not acted on it, only to regret it later? We can all relate to Barak on some level. . .

Are We Good Enough?

Are We Good Enough?

There are plenty of pastors, conferences, and Bible Studies devoted to telling women that we are good. We are more than good! We are rubies, we are worthy, and we are beautifully and wonderfully made. . .