Finding Identity

When sitting down tonight and thinking about what to write about, I was nudged by the Holy Spirit to speak about identity—but first, I want to tell a bit of a story. Continue reading

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Bad News: Prayer for Gubio, Nigeria

Recently, thousands have fleed from Gubio, Nigeria after being raided and attacked by Boko Haram.

Unfortunately, news like this is not at all “new.” Back in 2014, one of my first posts (if not my first post) was on the same idea: people running for their lives from terrorists. I have ridden this rollercoaster of chaos for over 5 years, documenting what I could of the physical and spiritual state of Nigeria, among other things.

Please pray with me for these men, women, and children– that Jesus would protect them, and come back soon, as we long for the day when these tragedies won’t be on the news anymore.


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URGENT PRAYER REQUEST: Healing for Chelsea Taylor

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According to FaithWire, Hillsong Worship leader Chelsea Taylor has suffered a brain aneurysm and is currently in the hospital. You can learn more about it herePlease pray with me right now that Chelsea would survive this incredibly serious, tragic event. Thank you.

A Biblestudy of Fear (And the One who Stops It)

Fear is an odd thing. It is a liar and cheat, a common tool of the enemy to bog down Jesus’ People. If you’re anything like me, you know the signs of fear and anxiety: knots in your stomach, sweaty palms, trouble sleeping (and sometimes sleeping too much!). Continue reading

A Review of “Die Empty” by Myles Munroe

Tonight, I was led to watch an amazing sermon from Pastor Myles Munroe called “Die Empty.” The title was foreboding; yet, his words (which ended up being his last sermon before he died) could be no more apt than now, as I live day to day life. Continue reading