Devotionals & Quiet Times
As the mother of small children, I nursed a familiar feeling of dread each morning. I found time early in the morning to be alone with God. Somehow, my discipline became an exercise in making myself worthy of entering God’s presence. One day, God interrupted my efforts.
Why doubt is not necessarily a road-block to deep faith.
God has hardwired each of us to experience Him in our own unique ways.
Do you just read your Bible to make you feel better? What happens when it doesn’t?
Maybe you’re not the resolution type, but consider joining me to establish daily, Christ-centered patterns. All it takes is a little decluttering to start strengthening your quiet time.
Every follower of Christ that I know desires unhurried time with God. But why does it seem like that is the one thing that is most often and most easily neglected?
Here are 3 specific ways journaling can help you connect with God.
The older I get, the more I realize that my heart needs daily examination.
What began as a game for me, developed into a habit which amazingly transformed into quality time with my Friend.
"Looking up, I realized I had been transported somewhere otherworldly."
"Aware of the privilege of watching God’s creation unfold its glorious mysteries, I didn’t want to miss a millisecond."
The power to live the Christian life is not in trying harder but being filled with the Spirit.
Do we experience God more powerfully through suffering?
If you have ever honestly wrestled with your faith in God, then the following thoughts are for you.
Experience Christian freedom instead of living your Christian life based on what used to be true about you.
Progressing in your faith, even when you don't feel like it.
What makes people do dangerous things? What does it look like for us to step out in faith boldly?
Contentment isn't about what happens to you, but about how you respond.
I left the grocery store sticker-shocked. Eating healthy is not cheap.
After becoming the object of a city-wide search, I realize the spiritual connection in finding something of value that was lost.
Morbid as it may seem, autumn really is about death. And God repeats this pattern in you and me.