It comes in many shapes and sizes, insidiously hiding its true nature to trick us into believing the lies it lays between us and our destiny.Read More Fear Is A Liar
Something I hear from students and young adults constantly is that they want to know what God says about them. There are approximately 7.4 billion people in the entire world. “Why would God care about me?” That is a common question I get and something that breaks my heart. God knows, loves, and cares for…Read More Why Would God Care About Me?
If you’ve ever played anything competitively, games, sports, etc., you’re probably familiar with the idea of studying your opponent and looking for a weakness you can exploit for your own gain. In most sports, it’s finding a way to score more points than they do. In a game, maybe you’re trying to achieve something faster, […]Read More Trojan Horse
When we stop and contemplate how awe-inspiring God is, how complete He is from all-knowing to all-seeing, it’s impossible to truly consider who He is without feeling really, really small and insignificant. Once we’ve landed in that spot, His love can really work in us, as we learn that the creator of all created us, […]Read More Reverence Eyes
Encouragement is the ultimate construction tool. Nothing builds up faster, elevates quicker or edifies with greater success than encouragement. There is no greater motivator. We’re all tortured with doubts, as fear tries to imprison us in a cage made with bars of disbelief. For many, this crippling assault prevents us from ever achieving much of […]Read More Building Your Skyline
We’re all wired to want something more than the mundane, just-getting-by life the world offers us. Being average, settling for “good enough”, accepting a message that wasn’t written in the language that sets our souls on fire isn’t what we were made for… You were designed by the greatest architect. You were created with divine […]Read More Take the Leap
There’s just something about getting stuck in traffic that unsettles me at a deep level. I feel confined and caged, as if the surrounding vehicles have clipped my wings, preventing me from soaring wherever I’m led. Yesterday, my friend Evan McKeel made a comment to me that brought the realization I’m not alone in this […]Read More The Open Road