Today is Good Friday.
Each year, we have the opportunity to remember Jesus and His sacrifice on this day: He was battered. Bloody. Broken. Tortured. Humiliated. All for us.
I've always appreciated the sacred space that this day brings, marveling that Jesus died in my place. However, I'm quick to jump over this day to get . . .
I don't know about you, but I've been spending a lot more time outside because of social distancing and working from home. I frequently find myself going on walks, or sitting outside to get some fresh air.
Desperately needing some sunshine, I decided to walk around my apartment building. At the very back of my complex, there are several . . .
If you're anything like me, you enjoy staying connected. There's a sense of safety and comfort in the familiarity of routine. It feels good when we feel like we have control of what's happening around us. I've found it incredibly easy to be focused on the news lately. Whether we watch it on T.V., hear it on the radio, or scroll through it on . . .
Where baking bread and suffering intersect
"You are being guarded by God's power through faith for a salvation that is ready to be revealed in the last time. You rejoice in this, even though now for a short time, if necessary, you suffer grief in various trials, so that the proven character of your faith - more valuable than gold which, though perishable, is refined by fire - may . . .
This blog post is part of my 31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes Challenge! You can read all about that challenge and see the rest of that journey here. The word for today is: Why.
Each season of my life has been hallmarked by a different question that I'm asking in my relationship with Him.
What, . . .
A challenge to see the heart of God in my everyday
I have gotten so, so very lax in my writing. I'm going to be participating in 31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes, a challenge hosted by Five Minute Friday! You can check out the challenge and other writers here. Each day will have a word, and I'm going to write for five minutes about that particular . . .
The Lord has been doing a lot of work with me lately on what it really means to be in community with others, and what it looks like to walk in boldness.
As I've been reading through the book of Acts with Bible Study Fellowship (BSF), I've been struck by one word the most: community. Especially in the church context, I think this . . .