Sharing 7 reasons why being real with God is part of clinging to God.
Sharing 8 ways I personally cling to God. It’s not a perfect list (I’m a work in progress), but praying it encourages as you seek to draw near to Him.
Sometimes it may seem that God isn’t faithful in a particular situation. But here are 4 things you need to remember in order to keep the faith about the faithfulness of God.
On book release day for If I Believe, I uploaded a video on Closed Doors, Disappointment & Being Immovable. I know, it sounds odd to do such a video on such a day, but, well, you’ll see… :-)
Much of our lives feels ordinary and mundane. But we serve an extraordinary God. Why not believe that He wants to do something extraordinary…..through you?
You may not know what God will do or how He will do it, but know that He is able. When He gives you that next step of faith…..DO THE THING.
What I’m learning… When God gives you a dream, it often means cultivating new habits…..and fresh faith!
Sharing the new venture God laid on my heart. Has He put a dream in your heart? Do you struggle with doubts, frustration, the waiting, whether you’re hearing….? Join me on YouTube as I chronicle steps of faith. Let’s walk it out together!
It’s been three weeks since Though I Stumble released, and I’ve been so encouraged by the feedback. The overarching theme seems to be resonating, as people tell me that they are determined to keep running for Christ, even if they stumble. I praise God for that. In the months and months of writing, you wonder if you’re hearing from God, if the story is making sense, and whether anyone will be impacted by it. That’s always my prayer. Yes, I want my books to be entertaining—but I especially hope that they minister.
For those of you who are doing the companion In Hot Pursuit study, I pray that that has been a blessing as well. Video #4 is the last in the series. In this life, we will stumble. But are you determined to keep running?
Wishing you and yours a blessed Merry Christmas! May the love, joy, and peace of the season be yours in full measure.