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Why We Say No to God

Why We Say No to God

Saying no to God comes from both stubbornness and doubt. Stubbornness, in that we want our will over God’s, and doubt, in that we trust our plan over His. We’re well aware of the first, of why we want to do what we want. Simply put, we find pleasure in certain...
God Is Good

God Is Good

If I had to count how many days I woke up depressed, anxious, and exhausted, I don’t think I could give you a number. Every morning, I was on the verge of tears before my feet could even hit the ground to start my day. Getting dressed, fixing hair, doing makeup—none...
On the Other Side of Yes

On the Other Side of Yes

Sometimes, saying yes to God is the most difficult step we take in obedience. Other times it comes easily, and our response is followed by a joy-filled freedom to step out in faith. What do we do when saying yes is a struggle? “No, Lord,” is not an option—it’s a...
Rebel Against Your Pain

Rebel Against Your Pain

An Open Letter to Any Who Have Loved and Lost.   Dear Suffering Friend, I wish there were words that could reverse the many tears you have shed. Experiencing loss of those we love is, I think, the worst pain a human can endure. The causes of loss are many—drugs,...
Walking to the Boat

Walking to the Boat

For months, I found myself in a place of fear, doubt, anxiety, etc. Every day, I had to push to get myself out of bed, get myself ready, and drive myself to work. My brain was firing a million thoughts a second, and my heart was beating to a similar drum. Thoughts,...
Why We Say No to God

Loved to Love

Is love something we feel or something we do? Of course, the answer is both. As believers, we’ve been given a deeper understanding of love’s nature. First and foremost, we know that love is from God; it exists because He exists. We also experience His love both...