Hope for today: I AM WHO I AM

13 Then Moses asked God, “If I go to the Israelites and say to them: The God of your fathers has sen

Why I Believe In Limited Atonement

This is the third blog in my T.U.L.I.P. series. I am only briefly skimming the very controversial and complicated doctrines of the reformed acronym. My intention is that they would serve as an introduction, not that they would be the presentations to end all debates. However, I do believe the doctrines expressed in the acronym are thoroughly and clearly biblical, and would like to lay out a semblance of a case for them.

God’s Chastening, Our Benefit

Devotion for Wednesday July 25, 2017

Topic: God’s Chastening, Our Benefit

Text: Job 5:17 – Behold, happy is the man whom God corrects; therefore do not despise the chastening of the Almighty.

Learning from experience

Hi there!

Sorry it’s been so long since I’ve written. As much as I’ve been taught not to believe in writer’s block, I’ve been unable to bring myself to post anything.

It’s not for lack of things to write about, I’ve just lacked confidence putting it on paper. It’s odd really. At face value I don’t have much reason to be anxious or stressed, but I’ve been experiencing these things regardless.

Back To The Present

It’s been a little over two months since being home from Redding, CA. It’s been a pretty crazy couple months back home already. A lot has happened but I also get a sense that not enough has happened.

Yeah… that’s a lie.

But seriously, it’s been great. I’ve been discovering myself more and more, growing closer to God, my true Love. But recently, I’ve recognized this phenomena that I thought I was over but clearly I’m not. What is it?

Time is going by too fast.

Heather Lawrence - Pursuit of Life

Here’s first-timer Heather Lawrence’s poignant story about how questions made her different. She told this for our July 2017 theme “Different.” 

I was 27 years old, standing with a band I’d put together in front of a crowd of 120 people, leading them in one of my lifelong favorite hymns when I realized I couldn’t pretend anymore.

Love or Fear

Can’t do what I ought to do, go were I should go, be who I should be all because of the devious four-lettered word


Fear is a spirit, a spirit of torment, preventing us from achieving our purpose.

Timothy had a gift, but as a young boy in a church of much older people, Timothy probably felt shy and a  little scared of what others might think or say about him.

Paul encouraged him in 1 Timothy 1:7


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