October 15, 2020

A Political Lament

“Lament is what my heart feels when I see people place their faith in worldly leaders.”

July 9, 2020

More Than We Can Ask or Imagine

“...We pray not to make God give us what we want, but to be close to Him.”

June 18, 2020

Your Bible, Your Rock, Your Firm Foundation

“The Bible has so very much to teach us if we choose to seek and receive it. The question is: Do we avail ourselves of what the Bible has to offer?”

January 9, 2020

Never Stop Learning

“Every day that you wake up on this earth is an opportunity to expand your understanding of who God is, and of what He has for you to do.”

April 9, 2020

A Resurrection Foretold

Lent Week 6: A Resurrection Foretold

“...Caiaphas understood with a jolt that this man was no man at all, but the corpse who had been buried in the tomb before him, somehow no longer dead but alive.”

April 2, 2020

An Announcement of the Lord

Lent Week 5: An Announcement of the Lord

“It was a monumental announcement, and Mary’s heart raced as she processed his words.”

December 29, 2019

The Nativity: Three Wise Men

“The Magi almost certainly didn’t visit Jesus at his birth nor even during the celebration of his birth. As a result, their love and generosity set an example for us, not of how to treat others at Christmas, but how God calls us to live toward others all year round.”

December 22, 2019

The Nativity: Mary and Joseph

“Mary demonstrates true faith- trusting in God’s promises, His character, and His action.”

December 18, 2019

When I Don’t Have a Christmas Spirit

“People were doing and experiencing hard things during that first advent...but they were able to both invite the Savior into their life as it was and allow His majesty to lighten their load.”

December 12, 2019

A Holiday Guide for Using Hashtag Blessed

“I always have to ask if my words and photos on social media are telling not only the true story of who I am but the truer, better, most glorious story of who God is.”