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I am clean

This summer is being marked by a refreshing and rather timely study of my identity in Christ. My church is going through an online Bible study called “I AM,” and each week of this study highlights one identity point that you and I have full access to in Christ. I…

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For we have heard

Reputation can often precede a person. “Oh, I’ve heard so much about you!” You’ve probably said those words, and I know that I have. A life lived well can earn the attention, respect, and even applause from those who are not yet acquainted with the one being esteemed. The world…

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The ache in our souls

When is the last time someone asked you, “How are you?” and you actually answered honestly? Think about it for awhile. Life is busy, and our human interactions come and go so quickly anymore. A quick “Hello. How are you?” is sometimes the only invitation to authenticity and vulnerability we…

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How long? A look at Psalm 13

Every single time I find myself in a trial or hardship, my tendency is to ask God, “Why?” Anybody else? From the time I was a little child, I’ve needed to know the why behind the what. I think it drove my mom a bit crazy along with most of…

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When the pain remains

I found myself back in a passage of Scripture today that I haven’t visited in awhile. You know those verses that were your lifeline for a season, the very words that saw you safely through the fiercest storms, the deepest pits, and the most difficult struggles? Those verses that etch…

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What hope does…and another sneak peak at my new book!

We’re nearly there—just over a month away from the launch of my newest book, “Hope: Tethered To An Unwavering God.” As you can imagine, I have been immersed in the theme of hope, which has proven to be incredibly timely in my own life. The ups and downs of life…

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Hope in the waiting

We find ourselves in another season of Advent, a season when we as believers in Jesus Christ prepare our hearts and homes for the long awaited and expected Jesus. This waiting for Christmas Day to celebrate the birth of Christ might not seem much like waiting to us, since we…

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Hope is coming

I found myself this morning in Romans 15:13, and I couldn’t help but to pray these words over myself and over each one of you, because these words are a prayer, a prayer of hope, faith, and expectant longing. “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and…

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The Wife of Noble Character

We have made it to the end of the book of Proverbs, and I hope you have thoroughly enjoyed the journey, this walk of wisdom. I have found that the more I fill my mind and heart with wisdom, the more likely I am to walk in wisdom, the more…

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