“You are the light in my darkest hour You are my hope when I’m feeling far from home You are forever in my heart In the here and now, in the here and now” -Now I Stand, James David William Lately, this song has been on repeat. Actually, his entire album, The Blood of the … More In the Here and Now
Dear Past, When I think back on my life, I see how no chapter has been wasted. I am redeemed. God has made all things whole and beautiful in His time. And, while I may still have a few questions about the reality of my past, I’ve learned to let go of the “why” and … More Dear Past, Present and Future (A letter to my single and non-single friends)
I searched in other places Wandered for awhile Wondered how everything Would turn out alright Carried some of the weight On my own Grew weary from The go, go, go I became lost in The dichotomy of our noisy world And, the silence of my prayers And, after trekking For far too long On my … More Nothing outside of Christ
Can you believe that it’s a new year and a new decade? Hello 2020. I’ve never been the kind of person who chooses a “word for the year.” However, last year, through conversations, through my prayer time, through my writing, there was a constant word that kept coming up over and over again. Be still. … More Hello 2020.
New city, new weather, new sights and sounds, new freeways to get used to, new coffee shoppes, new job, new neighborhood, new culture, new church, new everything. When you first move away from home, it can become a little overwhelming. There are emotions and setbacks you face that no one nor any course could have … More Dear Friend who moved away from Home,
It’s been quite some time since I’ve written a blogpost, but I have a good reason for such. For the last several months, I’ve been working on the second version of my devotional, Through the Morning Fog, releasing November 1st. While writing this book, I decided to share a lot of my own personal stories, … More Saying Goodbye to the Comfort Zone