Happy Thursday! Has this week felt so weird to anyone else? I refuse to believe today is actually Thursday, but I have no idea what day it feels like. But since everyone seems to think today is Friday Eve, let’s go with it. It dawned on me the other day that I haven’t posted a fun, lighthearted […]Read More Lifedate Update!
You’ve made it! I hope the last few weeks have been a blessing and encouragement in your spiritual walk as we’ve talked about who God is, what his Word is, why we should study Scripture, different versions/translations/types of Bibles, and EVERYTHING in between. I am beyond passionate about Scripture as it has completely revitalized my […]Read More How to Study the Bible No. 4 – The Final Stretch!
Welcome back, friends! Last week we continued in our discussion of what a healthy, God-honoring, and fruitful Bible study should look like as talked about the necessity of a regular study, ditching the excuses that fill our days, and prioritizing our relationship with God as opposed to the religious assumption that we have to study […]Read More How to Study the Bible No. 3 – Tools, Tips, & Tricks.
Welcome to Part 2 of “How to Study the Bible!” I’m so excited you are here and pray that Part 1 has increased your excitement, motivation, and overall outcome of your personal studies. We spent lots of time discussing who God is, as better understanding the author of a book gives us a great advantage […]Read More How to Study the Bible No. 2 – It’s Necessary.
The past two years, I have had the immense honor of leading a group of high school students through an intensive Bible study track during their week at summer camp. I tell everyone I know that these few days I get to spend with these students, digging into God’s word together, are truly the highlights […]Read More How to Study the Bible No. 1 – Foundations.
The Holy Spirit has forever been the element of the Holy Trinity that I have wrestled with the most. While I have a nearly perfect earthly father, the idea of submitting to a Heavenly Father is not difficult for me. In the same way, as I have been led by godly pastors, mentors, and leaders, […]Read More Empty Handed, Promise Fulfilled.
If you follow me on any social media platform, or have had even one in-person conversation with me, it is probable (definite) that you know about my dog. I’ve grown up in a household of dog-people, and since the early age of 7, I’ve had a pair of floppy paws running across the hardwood floors […]Read More A Barnyard Full of Believers.