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A Bible Dripping with Oil

A Bible Dripping with Oil

Yesterday I went on a little adventure......

Grownup Gospel Bracelets

Grownup Gospel Bracelets

Who remembers making one of these gospel bracelets as a kid in VBS? While the knotted leather and plastic beads were tres chic in the 90s, they aren't so fashion forward for the modern millennial. The message behind these bracelets is just important now though as it was when we were kids.

Fantastic Mentors and How to Find Them

Fantastic Mentors and How to Find Them

In my last post I talked about how to .....

Taking Discipleship out of the Coffee Shop

Taking Discipleship out of the Coffee Shop

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How to Have a Quiet Time: A Tribute to Elisabeth Elliot

How to Have a Quiet Time: A Tribute to Elisabeth Elliot

One month ago today one of my most beloved mentors passed away. Though I never had the honor of meeting her in person, Elisabeth Elliot was an amazing woman of faith and a mentor to thousands of women through her wonderful books. Her many books and her life's testimony have been pivotal in the shaping of my life. If you are unfamiliar with her and her writings I highly recommend reading one or two (or ten) of her books in addition to this sample of her writing included in this post.

How Forgiveness Sets us Free

How Forgiveness Sets us Free

Forgiveness can be a touchy subject. We hate being told to forgive, we struggle to forgive those who have wronged us, we ache when others withhold forgiveness from us; ultimately many of us are walking around with many misconceptions about forgiveness and what it means to forgive someone. In counseling and inner healing ministry I have seen over and over how forgiveness is often the key to break through in healing. Today’s post explores what it means to forgive and how we can begin to walk in freedom.

The Story I don’t Remember: My Journey Back into Community after Getting Kicked Out

The Story I don’t Remember: My Journey Back into Community after Getting Kicked Out

This is a story I fear is far too familiar to far too many people. A story of exile, of community lost, of feeling like you have a scarlet letter banning you from society. Very often when I meet with clients it becomes obvious that one of the greatest needs in their lives is community. However, just as often it is community that has hurt them. One of the most painful ways I see this over and over is how the church beats up its own and kicks them out. This is my story of exile, of being kicked out of community and ultimately finding my way back into healthy and healing community. My prayer is that by sharing my story that you would feel hope for you own.