“The LORD said, ‘I have surely seen the affliction of My people who are in Egypt, and have given heed to their cry because of their taskmasters, for I am aware of their sufferings. So I have come down to deliver them from the power of the Egyptians, and to bring them up from that […]Read More Ben
I was looking through some prayers and messages I’d written down in my notebook in the course of the last year or so, and I came across this that I honestly don’t even remember writing down. But it was the word that I received from God at the time, and it’s an encouraging one: Your […]Read More your Savior has come
Let’s go fly a kite Up to the highest height! Let’s go fly a kite and send it soaring On my way home yesterday, I drove past a man on the bridge. He was likely homeless, the childless jogging stroller carrying all of his material possessions. It was a brief glance, but what I saw in […]Read More up to the highest height
Dear Family, What does this word actually mean for you? You toss that word around when it’s convenient for you, and when it’s not, you hoard it to yourselves and keep it exclusively. When has that word ever been used to describe us? Yet you asked me this week—no, you shamed me—in order to convince […]Read More ohana
Jesus asked the man at the pool if he wanted to get well. The man made lots of excuses in his response: no one would help him; people keep getting in front of him (John 5:1-17). Jesus asked a simple “yes or no” question. And I think the message underlying it is, “Say ‘yes,’ and I’ll […]Read More Do you wish to get well?
Good job, baby! Good job! Daddy’s so proud of you! Good job! I decided extremely last minute that I would go to City Rock Fest this last Friday. It had been several months since I’d seen Disciple live, and I didn’t know when the next opportunity would be. This small decision healed my heart in […]Read More Good job, baby
I seriously don’t know what it is, but for whatever reason, I seem to always get into conversations about singleness. In particular, conversations where I have to convince someone I don’t need to be cured from it. It’s the most bizarre thing. Anywhoo. At my age, most of my friends are getting married or have […]Read More just lucky, i guess