Jesus: He Gets Us | He Understands Us

Here is the devotional: Everyone you meet has a fascinating backstory. Just ask them about it. Where did you grow up? Who most influenced you? What factors shaped your path? What’s important to you? What do you love?Jesus grew up in northern Israel. His people were regular folks, living mostly insignificant lives. In fact, nobody… Continue reading Jesus: He Gets Us | He Understands Us

Saturday’s Random Music: Icon For Hire | Supposed To Be

https://youtu.be/hO9qTXrXoe8 Ariel's voice just captives me and her style of singing is quite unique to say the least. This song goes with the butterfly reference from the Bible Study the other day. Icon For Hire has had real life lyrics since day one and have not sold out thank goodness. Tell me who I'm supposed… Continue reading Saturday’s Random Music: Icon For Hire | Supposed To Be

Anchored Through Deep Waters: Hope

Here is the devotional: In depression, there can be a cloud just hovering above your head that leaves you feeling like healing will never come. The great thing is that God doesn’t give us a timeline throughout our struggles, but He always promising to come through. Depression and even anxiety appear like chains, so let’s… Continue reading Anchored Through Deep Waters: Hope

Anchored Through Deep Waters: Broken

Here is the devotional: How many times have we heard the concept of being broken is the perfect position for a miracle? I hate to burst your bubble, but that is not totally true. Now, being broken can be an avenue for a miracle, but I believe the position for the miracle is in surrender.… Continue reading Anchored Through Deep Waters: Broken

Anchored Through Deep Waters: Will, Works, Or Ways?

Here is the devotional: Most of us grew up knowing verses like John 3:16 or Jeremiah 29:11….Where has the purpose of memorizing scripture left our generation? We are unfortunately people that know the works of God, seeking the will of God, but question the ways of God. I can absolutely guarantee you that depression will… Continue reading Anchored Through Deep Waters: Will, Works, Or Ways?