See also: Propel Women What have you told yourself about who you are today? I don’t know about you, but when I pause to think about what I “speak” over myself on a regular basis, I cringe at the harshness. I am not talking about audible words, although those can also be just as degrading. I…… Continue reading Are You Nice To You?
“We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.” 2 Corinthians 10:5 The phone rings. Unknown number. You answer. The voice on the other end starts telling you things about yourself, your future, talking about your past…… Continue reading Caller ID: Unknown Number
I suppose I do have a pretty dramatic story for a 25 year-old. A lot of people are surprised by it, others have an oh-now-it-makes-sense reaction (that sometimes escapes their mind in awkward word vomit). These days those reactions amuse me, especially the latter. I love the way Jesus has made a fool of what…… Continue reading If My Life Story Isn’t Dramatic, Is It Still Important?
“Be Still.” Yeah RIGHT. That seemed like a pretty cruel thing to request of someone with ADD and a personality like mine. Not to mention impossible. The first several times I felt God say this to me I had what I call “la la la” moments. Picture blurting out “la la la” to someone because you don’t want to…… Continue reading When I Stopped Trying to Reach God
I stared blankly at the pages of my Bible. Neon colors stared back at me, highlighting different verses that had resonated in some way over the years. They surely weren’t registering as anything profound in that moment. My mind was full of noise; overwhelming thoughts playing duck-duck-goose with frustration. In one ear I could hear the advice of…… Continue reading Confusion-Infused Clarity And Clueless Certainty
How do I know that I love Jesus? Because it’s not perfect. That’s right, my love for Jesus is messy. As humans, perfect love is not possible. We have all experienced a lack of perfection on the giving and receiving end. Ironically it’s because of our inability to give perfect love that we need it from the only one…… Continue reading 8 Things We Need To Know About Loving Jesus
“With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Matthew 19:26 The Bible tells us that with God all things are possible. But what about when the impossible doesn’t happen? What does it mean when the cancer remains uncured, the relationship remains broken or the addiction takes over again? I can tell you…… Continue reading If God Can Do The Impossible, Why Is This Happening?