If you grew up in church, you had it memorized before you turned seven. If you didn’t, you are still likely quite familiar with the message. But is the gospel only for those who haven’t yet heard the good news?
Here’s the truth: I want to stay a kid forever.
Is that possible? To preserve a wild imagination in a world like this?
This is quite the adventure. I don’t feel qualified, honestly.
But I do know that Jesus is enough when I am not. So here’s to stepping into deeper waters and pursuing Christ in the unknown–in this crazy new life as an author.
Can you believe Far Below Human Eyes has gone from THIS to this??
I have a hard time believing it myself.
Here’s how it happened…
I challenge you: this Monday, look for God. Look for his blessings in the mundane. Jeremiah 29:13 says, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” Seek for God even when it is difficult. And I promise, God will be there, even on Mondays.
Recently, a friend of mine suggested I share more poetry and stories on my blogs. Most of my weekly posts are centered around faith, but I figured it might be fun to mix it up a little bit! Below I’ve compiled a few poems that I’ve NEVER shared before. You can’t find these on myContinue reading “Something New for a Change”
Is anyone else afraid that school will shut down again?
Despite the terrifying possibility, I have THIS hope…
We live in challenging times. I wrote this journal entry not long ago, and I am still challenged to this day. It is difficult realizing YOU were made for such a time, a time of chaos and deception and havoc.
But God knows what he’s doing.
Have hope, beloved. Because all the things you wish you could change are temporary. But your king, Jesus Christ, who loves you more than you can imagine, is forever.
You are loved. You are valued. And you can have so much hope, so much grace for your mistakes, so much peace in your storms because: You are saved.