Thanksgiving through New Years is my absolute favorite time of year – people seem friendlier, Christmas music, Christmas shopping for friends and family, parties, beautiful and creatively decorated Christmas trees, amazing food, amazing lights and decorations, awkward yards filled with blow up holiday characters, Christmas movies, and I love hearing people share their views and … More Obligatory Christmas Post: Remembering Those Who Need Help and Kindness During the Holiday Season
A couple months ago I woke up early on a Saturday morning with these lyrics blasting through my head. I asked the Lord about it and He responded by playing this through my head again. I realized that so often I come to the Lord and present Him with all my good stuff – accomplishments, … More Would You Let Me See Beneath Your Beautiful – Bringing Jesus Into the Imperfections
Guest Blog by a woman I greatly admire, Ashley Easter. What Is a Kingdom woman? Is she the stay-at-home, homeschooling mom serving her family with domesticated excellence? Is she the nine to five, working mother who faithfully provides for her family? Is she the single mom creating a stable home for her children after a … More What Makes a “Kingdom Woman”?
What makes you excited? What burns in your soul? What has God placed in your heart to do or say? I have been doing a lot of soul-searching these last few months and God has continued to stoke the fire in my heart on certain issues. He has challenged me to speak out about things … More Jesus, Social Injustice, and Me- Being a Voice for the Least of These
Today’s blog is a guest post by one of my favorite bloggers. Charlie’s blogs inspire, challenge, and teach me. I hope you will be challenged as you read this post! Ministry is not about us nor our gender, but rather about God and His grace. Our eyes can be so easily swayed from this when “big … More Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done by Charlie Olivia Grantham
Today I have been unable to process my thoughts without getting emotional. So much hate. So much death. So much misunderstanding. So much injustice. So much pride. I have seen way too many people say things like, “I have black friends and no one treats them any different than they do me. Racism is some … More Processing the Injustice