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Who is God?

We must not diminish

My heart is heavy. It is grieving for dear friends of mine who have been through an unfathomable tragedy. For someone who normally leans…

Life’s Challenges

Pop-up storms

Have you experienced a pop-up storm on a sunny summer day? Within a few moments, your activities must change as you respond to new…

Who is God?

I will handle it

On my wedding day, my mom gifted me with something that I finally realized the full weight of today (15 years later). We were…

Who is God?

What does it look like to be still?

One of my favorite Bible verses is Psalm 46:10: “Be still, and know that I am God.” Who knew eight words could be so…

Life’s Challenges

Chill out

About eight years ago at a local Barnes & Noble, while looking at the overpriced DVDs, I found something amusing. Those who say God…

Life’s Challenges

The rock that is higher

In northeastern Wyoming, a monolithic rock formation called Devil’s Tower rises 867 feet out of the dry and flat land. You can see it…

Who is God?

God is on your side

Frederick Douglass said, “One and God make a majority.” The idea is that in the face of insurmountable odds, even if you only have…

Depression & Anxiety

Burden bearer

Are you an anxious Christian? Your anxiety is no surprise to God. The fact that the Bible addresses anxiety so often shows that God…

Life’s Challenges

Search me, God

Someone hurts you, and you’re embarrassed, wounded, and betrayed. You tell yourself and others that you’ve forgiven them, but you nurture your grievance deep…

Life’s Challenges

Praise him in the hallway

When someone shuts a door in your face, it’s unpleasant. Momentum is broken. Communication is shut down. What to do? Pound on the door…

Depression & Anxiety

Control is fleeting, but GOD is forever

I learned from a local doctor how common it is for teenage girls to cut themselves. Self-harm might seem like odd behavior, but the…

Who is God?

Friendship is fleeting, but GOD is forever

The other day I paged through my grade school yearbooks. Besides the questionable clothing choices and baffling hairstyles, I was struck by a simple…