I love the picture that this story paints: ‘But David said to Saul, “Your servant has been keeping his father’s sheep. When a lion or bear came and carried off a sheep from the flock, I went after it, struck it, and rescued the sheep from its mouth…”’ (1 Samuel 17: 34, 35) I’ve never… Continue reading ME SHEEP; YOU SHEEP
Sometimes we have to keep our old clothes rather than swap them out for new ones. It’s a sacrifice that we just have to make when we have to make it. This post is not about poverty, or lack, or lack of faith. This post is about discipline, a virtue we must possess if we… Continue reading Old Clothes
*This is an old story I published elsewhere. "Erase me Give me a new body Let me die and wake up as someone else Feel the jagged lines on me Wipe away this memory" I believe that every one of us has scars. Memories of the injuries that we have because of the… Continue reading The Girl With The Beautiful Scars
I'm learning slowly but surely how God leads. He knows all the parts and how they come together. Sometimes He seems too silent when I want Him to spell everything out clearly. Clear instructions written in the clouds. But not quite. God is so precise in how He leads. He sees the whole picture in… Continue reading Whispers in the Silence
Not my ministry, not my work, not my relationship or marriage, not the movie I want to make, not the help I want to give, not the things I know, not the ideas I come up with, not all my good intentions. It's like we're in a game of Tag, and God says to us… Continue reading Tag! I’m It.