Towards the end of 2017, I sat down with a long list of questions to answer.
I only ended up getting through 3 of them, but those few questions have been so helpful as I've thought about the year ahead. In case you enjoy thinking intentionally about the upcoming months, I thought I'd share these 3 questions with you too:
Over the past couple weeks, I've taken an intentional break from social media. The reason I pulled away was two-fold:
1. I knew I loved it too much.
2. I recently read a book that suggested the two-week period.
Today, I'll share 3 things I learned during my social media absence:
“Bible study is not a discipline; it’s a delight.” A while ago, I came across a social media post with the above caption and it made me think: Is Bible study a discipline or a delight? Maybe you, like me, have been admonished not to read your Bible out of a sense of discipline or …
It was Saturday morning. Driving home from an early morning run, I stopped by a yard sale and snagged the classic game of Battleship for the low, low price of $1. I had fond memories of playing this game in elementary school and looked forward to wowing my family with my incredible skills. Only that’s …
What if your difficult events today are actually not obstacles, but arrows pointing you back to Jesus?
What if they're not standing in the way of your success for today, but instead reminding you to come to the One who defines true success?
What if God actually put those events in your life to remind you that you can't do this?