Category: Faith

I Sinned, and This is What it Looks Like

    I sinned the other day. It fits neatly in my palm. I study it. It’s red and blue, which surprises me. I expected sin to be the color of vomit or something, but nope, this one is red and blue. It’s kind of soft too, but with sharp edges. I took it to…
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June 27, 2018 0

The One That Was Saved

  A narrative of an unnamed Bible Character   Traveling on my own down a road saturated in dust, I pause for a moment to inspect the pass that waits before me. The last thing I wanted was to be out here after dark and if it hadn’t been for my daughter’s illness, I would…
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June 4, 2018 0

Why you Should Choose to be a Failure

  There is something in your heart. Perhaps it’s been there a long time, or maybe it’s new. But it’s real and it’s rich. You daydream of its fulfillment. The conversations you will have with people. The excitement that bubbles up from deep inside. But when the reality of it sits before you – it’s…
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May 16, 2018 0

What Trapped Birds Taught me About being Rescued

  I could also name this post How I became a Disney Princess . Bird Whisperer We’ve lived in our current house for about 10 months. I especially love it because it’s an area that has an abundance of bird life. And while I’m no bird watcher…I’ve been watching. The Swallows constantly fly under our…
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April 17, 2018 0

How to Pray Powerfully: Hint, it’s not Praying in ‘Earnest’

  When God first began to stir my heart for intercession I pushed back. All I knew about interceding was my perception of what a ‘prayer warrior’ was. 10 hours a day on your knees didn’t sound like something I was interested in. I knew the Bible taught that ‘earnest’ prayers like Elijah’s were powerful…
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April 5, 2018 0

How I got My Son to do Devotions…and Love It.

I am often very fluid when it comes to my own devotions, so making a time to gather the kids to sit around and listen to me wax lyrical and then ask them a bunch of deep and meaningfuls (groan), not to mention throwing homework into the mix – I was on the verge of giving up. If you ignore it, it goes away right?!


March 14, 2018 0
out-of-the-ordinary-devotions

Out of the Ordinary Devotions – Now Available!

Out of the Ordinary Devotions: A Parents Guide to Using Minecraft as a Devotional Tool With this book you will be able to teach your kids how to: Use secular activities to bring God glory Hear God’s voice and know what it sounds like Make better decisions regarding good and evil Engage with the world…
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September 4, 2017 0

Cuddle Praying with Husband

Praying with your husband is an important part of marriage and can have positive consequences beyond what you can imagine. I recently had a post published on Proverb31woman.org with tips to improve your prayer life with your husband, including the fact that it will be awkward. You can head on over and check it out.…
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April 4, 2017 0

Are you Using your Introverted Personality as a Scapegoat for Insecurity?

when faced with the decision to do something that makes me uncomfortable, I often opt out and refer to my introverted personality as the culprit…that way I don’t need to take responsibility for my insecurity.


February 16, 2017 2

Why being a Godly Wife Means more than you Think

The word for ‘help meet’ in the Bible is often translated ‘helper’ or ‘companion’, but is this really all God created a wife for?


January 24, 2017 5