"When we live in a society that feeds us lies, and creates generations hidden behind filters, it becomes hard to see the truth as a possibility or even hard to know that what we are believing is a lie..." click the link to read more
Struggling with Prayer
Finding time to pray feels harder and harder to do these days. Life gets busy. I don't even know why I have to pray, can't God read my thoughts? If you've ever said any of this, read this article.
Talking With God
PRAYER I know far too often people make prayer out to be this big intricate spectacle when really it's simply you talking with God. A Conversation What do we usually do when we find ourselves in a dramatic or stressful situation? We call a close friend or our spouse and begin to lay it out... Continue Reading →
Did you know that God is the same God from the early Bible days, from when Jesus walked the earth, today, and for your kids' kids in the future? He never changes, He always was, is, and will be. What He says is real and He will never go back on His word. That being... Continue Reading →
Why We Fear Praying Out Loud
I know to some people this topic might sound silly, but for those of us struggling with the please-don't-pick-me's the struggle is definitely real. I don't think I would be too far off to say that anyone who comes into "church life" would disagree with this being something we worry about whenever it's time to... Continue Reading →
There are days where I feel like I've got it all together. My day went well and the kids were working together. The house got cleaned and dinner was cooked. Maybe even a friendly phone call or text was sent. Then there are the rest of the days. My bad days, my human days, my... Continue Reading →
What does Gods voice sound like?
I know a big misconception people usually have about hearing Gods voice is that it will sound very much like Mufasa's voice when he came to Simba in the clouds; very majestic and loud (Disney reference). While He can and has done that, it isn't His go-to method of conversation. Growing up I've always had... Continue Reading →