It seems like in today’s world, we’ve forgotten how to slow down. In a world filled with instant coffee, drive-through meals, and grocery stores that will actually shop for you while you wait in your car (not mad about this one, honestly) – we seem to have lost our ability to be patient and WAIT. … More Slow down.
Here we are, folks! Day one of our 90 Day Bible Reading Plan! I invite you to join us on this journey – every now and then you will see blog posts inspired by the words we are reading for the day. This should be GREAT! It’s going to get hard…but keep pressing. We’ve got … More Day One
I live in Texas. Many of you know this. And for the past 10 years of my life I have lived in “The Bible Belt” – an area that is marked by Churches, Christian Tradition, and tons of “KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS” bumper stickers.
Have you heard of FOMO? No, it isn’t some sort of Government program designed to take over the rest of the world…FOMO means “Fear of Missing Out”. And it is a very real thing.
You know those moments? The ones where you are reading a book and you feel some sort of way. You just KNOW the author is talking to you?
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! With this new year, I am challenging myself to do a few things. Many of you have seen the post I put out on social media the other day – but I just wanted to give some more definition to the post!
I was looking at my phone this morning and I have so many apps. Random ones I downloaded because of a conversation with a friend about the next big network (Peach?), the next big game (flappy bird?) and random news apps. It’s time to downsize. I have apps on my phone that I haven’t touched … More Purge and Unplug.
John 15 is probably one of my favorite chapters in all of scripture. In it we can see clearly the heart of Jesus and His wish for His people. He is the vine. We are the branches. What does that mean? Well, He addresses it. It means we can do NOTHING apart from Him. The … More Do it with the Vine.
I’ve recently come to a conclusion about how I can use my Twitter most effectively for Evangelism. … More Twitter: A wide net.
I am really starting to understand what David meant in Psalm 51:12 when he begs God to RESTORE to him the JOY of His salvation.