Celebrating the Truest Freedom in a Post COVID-19 World

This 4th of July, Americans everwhere will celebrate Independence Day, commemorating the fight for freedom that took place in America during the late 1700s. Ignited by the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, the American Revolution sought to deliver the thirteen American colonies from under the heavy thumb of British rule. The colonists were … Continue reading Celebrating the Truest Freedom in a Post COVID-19 World

My Thursday Thoughts | January 7, 2021

I’ve heard it said that we won’t change until the pain of remaining the same is greater than the pain of change. The turning of the page from one year to the next often kindles our desire to make changes in our lives. Lose weight. Exercise. Eat better. Dump that old boyfriend who’s really not … Continue reading My Thursday Thoughts | January 7, 2021

Tuesday Devotional | October 20, 2020

One of my favorite passages of Scripture is found in Romans 12. It’s a beautiful, rich description of what our new life as believers can look like if we devote ourselves to God, as we should due to the immense gift of salvation He provided us. Chapter 12 kicks off a section of practical wisdom … Continue reading Tuesday Devotional | October 20, 2020