God doesn’t just want us to trust him with some things, but is calling us to trust him with all things. While I don’t think I will get there in 2021, I want to work toward that incredible goal.
I believe the Sabbath is a sweet invitation to take a breath. To stop. To enjoy God. And to trust him.
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
If you’ve been in Christian culture for any length of time, you’ve probably heard a sermon…
In the Kingdom, there is an abundance of joy; let’s not miss God’s invitation into his celebration today!
Let’s go out of our way today, laying down our preferences, our wants, and our desires to serve someone else.
What if the room for improvement isn’t in God’s plan, but in my ability to rest in him?
I’m grateful that God continues to pursue disobedient people, showing us his unmerited favor and grace.
From Jonah’s story, I believe we can learn a wealth of information about who God is and who we are.
The questions that we ask ourselves can reveal a lot about what we believe.
If we want to be good leaders, we must learn to be good followers.