The questions that we ask ourselves can reveal a lot about what we believe.
We will never be able to follow God completely or perfectly, but we can follow him a little better today than we did yesterday.
Jesus didn’t just call the disciples but is constantly inviting us to come and follow him, wherever we go.
This has been an incredibly trying year, and yet I still have this kernel of hope underneath it all because our God is so good.
I wonder if we can still enjoy God in the midst of the tragedy.
Despite my natural aversion to adventure, as I look back on my life, I see many adventures that God has taken me on.
We encounter little and big injustices daily and we get to choose how we respond.
Things are bleak right now, but God is good, he is in control, and he longs for us to draw near to him.
For the past month or so, there’s been one verse, in particular, that keeps springing to my mind.
As we trim back some of the excess from our physical lives, I believe the same can be done for our hearts and minds.