What’s Possible in 2021?

2020. What was to be a year of vision became a year of getting blind-sided. We’ve all experienced some form of struggle and loss this year, some more than others. My family has experienced health crises after health crises this year (all non-covid related). Our little one, Jubilee, contracted a catastrophic encephalitis and remains in…

Why You Can Trust Christmas Is True

Let’s get to it! Christianity is compelling because it’s not just a call to faith, but a call to facts—historical facts. In Luke’s letter, he writes: “Many people have set out to write accounts about the events that have been fulfilled among us. They used the eyewitness reports circulating among us from the early disciples.…

Are you SAD? A Way to Hope

This is the time of year I sit under LED lights. Three to be exact. One in my bathroom. Two over my study/reading chair in my office. Each light has different buttons of time and intensity. It’s been scientifically proven that sitting under LED lights help with Seasonal Affective Disorder—a type of depression related to…

My Prayer for Election Day

Almighty God, You reign. You are sovereign over us, over all the earth, over the times and places of all people, and sovereign over elections. The Psalmist thundered: “The LORD has established His throne in the heavens; and His sovereignty rules over all” (Psalm 103:19). Though we cast votes, Your purposes aren’t thwarted by votes.…

5 Musts For Daily Time with God

“Typically, a Bible that is falling apart belongs to someone who isn’t,” said somebody. I like it. So let’s chat about Scripture and daily devotions with God. Often, Jesus withdrew to be alone with the Father in prayer (Mark 1:35; Luke 5:16). While there, Jesus prayed that we would be sanctified by God’s Word (John…