“I heard your CD today,” she tells me. “You have a great voice. You could’ve been something!” I could’ve been something, yes, and by God’s grace I didn’t.
I wanted the Bible to fit my story. I didn’t want any impositions.
You don’t get to decide to lay down your life one day and then not think about it again
“No,” she pulls a blanket up over her head. I know you want to hide, I want to say. Confession makes us feel naked even with all of the weight of hiding on top of us. I know where she is, but I ask for her to show herself anyway. Coming face to face with the one you’re confessing to is important. I know it from the garden. I…
How long will I keep anxiety on a leash pretending I’m not on the end of his?
The amazing and good news about this upside-down kingdom of our God is that you can be the most effective, the most faithful, and leave the greatest legacy simply by being faithful in your quiet life.
We’ve gone so far down the road of feminism that we’ve forgotten how to proudly be feminine.
We must let time pass over us with the night and we must give in to letting God be the sovereign one.
Go to the source. Go into the dark of things you don’t know. Watch how the stars shine.
The fight for love is sometimes not letting go.
God created men and women to work in such a way that we both have the same goal and we need one another to get the job done.
Revival wasn't shouting and screaming; it was the beat of love within me for others.
We grieve at bedsides and empty beds, asking hard questions that might go unanswered for our lifetimes.
The wallets that remain empty force us to find our joy in things that cannot be valued by Wall Street and Instagram.
In 2006, I sat at the table with men and women at The Village Church and heard the words that I didn’t want to hear: church discipline.
Our goals as Christian women should and will look different the more we behold Christ and, in desperation, throw everything aside and root ourselves in him. Only then can we be immovable, unshakable, laughing at the days to come.