Here's something I never thought I'd say: I am incredibly grateful for my time of singleness.
So, I'm engaged. You can't tell this virtually, but right now I'm pausing for applause... and to give my grand-childless mother the opportunity to stop her wild, jubilant weeping. I didn't know whether or not I should do an "engagement post," because: a) most of the engagement announcement blogs I've seen are incredibly cheesy, and b) … Continue reading Daniel + Kayla
More than the meeting of the minds, music mediates the meeting of the hearts.
While there are many scriptures that marry worship and song, musical worship is a very small part of living a worshipful life.
I boast in my weakness, not because I take pride in who I've been, or what I've done. I'm not so proud of where I've been, so much as I am proud of how far He went to reach me... And how far He's taken me since.
There's a principle at work in this world that is very similar to, "You reap what you sow." And that's, whatever you feed, grows.
Christians, if indeed, Jesus is King, then our feelings cannot take His place. In fact, they must not. We must not let them. For our own sake and for His glory.
...in the depths of sin, He provides a way to wholeness and freedom again through ultimate sacrifice.
In the midst of the chaos, the social-injustice and the tragic, the world often begs the question: "If God is a good God, why do bad things happen to good people?"
I firmly believe that being at LifePoint church has salvaged what was left of my hope in salvation.