Tag: hope

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Choosing Joy Even In Our Suffering

Joy is the product of a journey and every journey looks different. But no matter how different one’s journey, our source of joy will always remain the same.

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Welcome Home.

God wants his church to be a place where EVERYONE is welcome; and EVERYONE feels at home. God longs for his lost children to come home. And when they do come home, he doesn’t shame them or disqualify them. Instead, he smiles and joyfully responds, “welcome home.”

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Oh you who feels broken, tired, weary and lost … please hold on.

Oh you who feels broken, tired, weary and lost … please hold on.

Whatever it is you’re going through — heartache, temptation, illness, doubt and fear — please know that God is still with you.

He’s not left you.

He still cares and He is still working all things together for good.

We are all broken.

We are all weak.

But because of who Jesus is and what he’s done for you and I, we don’t have to live a joyless life believing the lies of the enemy.

You may feel unworthy of His love and mercy much like I do, but don’t let that stop you from accepting and embracing every ounce of it.

Because, yes … He loves even you.

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Even Though, He is Still

01.21.2019 – The Day Before “Even Though, He is Still” came from a place of deep adoration, one of unimaginable awe and wonder as my family and I near the end of a very difficult two-year trial, one that has not only felt relentless but that left our lives changed forever. These last two years have tested my faith more than ever before and … Read More Even Though, He is Still

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Strength To Carry On

And just like that I fall … I’ve heard many times throughout my ministry that to follow Christ is to become a target for the enemy. I see it often as believers take their next steps in their walk with Christ. I’ve witnessed believers, in what some might call their most trying moments, just days and even moments before being submerged in water as … Read More Strength To Carry On

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Asking All of the Wrong Questions

I would have never thought my days to follow the trial would be spent miles apart from my husband fighting for his freedom. Yet, here we are. I have never felt as weak as I had in the moments that followed sentencing. My heart ached with a pain like never before and I would have done anything to take it all away, not only … Read More Asking All of the Wrong Questions

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