We will never be able to perfectly care for others, do justice, love mercy, or walk humbly, but we can become more and more like him each and every day.
I believe that learning how to be intentionally grateful in good times helps us better prepare for the rocky waters of life when they come.
Technology is not a thermostat but a thermometer that can tell us a great deal about ourselves that we might not recognize as readily any other way.
Nehemiah led the people in truth and justice.
Justice looks like Jesus.
God doesn’t want us to just know a bunch of stuff about him, but he wants us to be participants with him in faith and in life.
If you’re currently living at the intersection of Fear Lane and Terror Drive, know that God is asking you to change your address.
Transitions can be precious times of increased dependence and reliance upon the One who is wholly reliable.
I know my God is faithful in spite of the messiness of life and I can trust him. No matter what life looks like, he is forever faithful.
Loneliness sucks. But it’s also an invitation, an opportunity, to draw near to God and his people to find peace and healing and hope.
God fashioned you with intentionality and care; you are worth a fortune.