Our entire world is working through a collective trauma, and yet, I believe that we can find opportunities to be grateful.
I believe that as we understand God’s goodness and our sinfulness more, our worship will move beyond just something we do, to a deeply ingrained part of our lives.
In Micah 6:8, God commands us to love mercy, which is not something that comes naturally to me.
With the Lord, justice, mercy, and humility aren’t opposing ideas, they all work together in harmony.
My hope is that one day we can get to the place where neither gender is seen as “trash” but is seen for the exquisite and precious beings we are.
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.
I’m learning to brace for impact less and trust more–what about you?
Our God is so good, kind, and loving—let’s go out of our way to express our gratitude for who he is today.
While we are no longer under the strict rules of the law, we are hemmed in by grace.
It’s our honor and privilege to learn to hear and respond to God’s voice as we grow and mature in him.