Tagged: Devotion


The Lord Will Rescue Me

  You know those days where you have to be extra intentional about putting one foot in front of the other to get something done? I’m having one of those. So grateful for God’s promises and the hope I have...

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Survey Results: About Devotionals

In April I surveyed women about their devotional habits. I said I would share the results and though I spoke about them a little, I didn’t ever create the blog post I promised. The data was far from scientific, but...


A Letter to Like-Minded Believers about Online “Ministry”

Brothers and Sisters in Christ,  I come to you earnestly searching for a compassionate conversation about online ministry. Whether you call it “ministry” or not, the voices of Christian leadership online are not going anywhere. Many of us have had...


Before Sunday

The weight of Good Friday, for a Christian, is easily discovered. Not in its entirety, of course. God spared us that reality and laid it on the shoulders of the one who could save us from it. But even still,...

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About Devotionals Survey

This year I’ve been writing some daily devotions and I can’t seem to shake the desire I have to put them in an ebook or something for public consumption. But in early April when I was pondering how this would...


40: Stay with Me

    Today’s episode attempts to look at John 15:1-11. I used to cringe when I heard the word “abide.” Why? Because it scared me. Take a listen to find out what my messed up deal was.  I mention some...


Lamb of God

A favorite hymn of mine, written by Twila Paris. So good to reflect on during Lent. Feel free to download onto your device or Pin it so you have it handy!  


39: Being Human

  Lent has me reflecting on Jesus and His life here on earth. His humanity.  There’s a lot to being human, isn’t there?! So I share some very real life stories you might be able to relate to.  Then look...


Needing It Every Day

We have a children’s book written by Max Lucado called You Are Special. It’s an allegory (a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning) about these wooden dolls made by the man on the...


Merciful Mornings

If you’ve been around here much you know I love fresh starts. Even mornings can feel like a do-over opportunity.      I definitely need all the new grace I can get. This is best pondered in the context of...

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