April 26, 2018 -- Confronting Faith 3 minute read
When you allow curiosity to lead, it leaves you sitting with all the pieces of what you thought it was and an ever increasing understanding of what it actually is. The more you ask questions, the more you wonder and the more you stand in awe.
March 20, 2018 -- Confronting Mission 5 minute read
Worth: it is a word that communicates value, importance and deservedness. And YOU are worth finding, worth knowing, worth loving, you and all your one million layers. Always hold that close.
March 8, 2018 -- Confronting Culture 3 minute read
Every women captures the idea of “womanhood” in a different light and teaches us more of what it means to grow into our own design. I am woman. Hear me roar, but also hear me cry, hear me encourage, hear me whine, hear me lead, hear my silence, and hear me sing.
January 27, 2018 -- Confronting Tribe 3 minute read
Curiosity is not about challenging what you don’t agree with, it is not about breaking down systems, it is not destructive by nature. It is about intentionality, about thinking for yourself, and at its best it can be about problem solving to find better ways.
December 28, 2017 -- Confronting Faith 4 minute read
Christians are not on earth to be mediocre, or ordinary, or comfortable. Yes, bloom in the most mediocre of places and in the most mediocre of circumstances, but remember, Jesus never blended in.
November 28, 2017 -- Confronting Church 4 minute read
Just going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in your garage makes you a car. And God is not calling us to go to church; He is calling us to be His church, the hope of the world.
October 25, 2017 -- Confronting Faith 4 minute read
Minimalism has become an important topic in the blog world — and it's certainly a great topic for such an overindulged and materialistic society. But perhaps it’s time for it to become an important topic in our overcommitted and distracted church society.
September 24, 2017 -- Confronting Culture 6 minute read
There has to be more to life than merely existing to pay bills, raise good kids, maintain a well kept home, increase square footage, attend a nicely manicured church on Sunday, shop, take vacations, hang with friends on the weekend, volunteer when it’s convenient and retire in comfort.