“Break my heart for what breaks Yours…” Long ago, I prayed that God would break my heart for what breaks His. In fact is was probably close to exactly 18 years ago, give or take a week or two. In the midst of a season where I was seen as the strong one, the one
As a child, I remember singing a song that the chorus went like this ” Here I am, Lord. Is it I, Lord? I have heard you calling in the night. I will go, Lord, if you lead me. I will hold your people in my heart.” This chorus, spoke to my heart then, and it still speaks to
“If the wind goes where you send it so will I” This line from a song has been going through my mind on repeat lately. I don’t know about you, but sometimes I am not so willing to go where God sends me. This song has hit me straight in the center of my heart.
It was a hot humid summer night, you know the kind, where your clothes stick to you and we had just arrived in New Orleans for our missions trip. We were standing outside and in that place I prayed the prayer that would change the trajectory of my life forever. It was July 2000, that
You know that feeling, urging to do something. You know like Moana and being drawn to the ocean. Over the years I have had this urge that draws me, speaks to me and drives me slightly crazy. Maybe you know what I mean, when the thoughts can’t stop, and distract you from other things. When
So last week, we talked about my journey towards being known (The Journey Continues) I told you about my goal for this week, to speak up two times during small group times. You know what happened, it actually happened but something even crazier happened, my heart did not start racing, and I did not feel
Love Your Neighbor, show them they are valued….
Growing up, there was a song we used to sing at church and camp, it seemed to be one of the few hymns that translated well to be played on guitar, it was call Here I Am, Lord. Now for those that know me, I do not take to singing song lyrics that I do
A couple days ago I was doing my morning reading out of my daily read Bible that my church is going through and there was a story that struck me. I am going to do a brief recap but the story is found in 2 Samuel 7. David says to the prophet Nathan, I have
“When God sees a problem, He sends a person” (Christian Mungai). Throughout history problems have been solved by people. While God is the one acting and moving, he is moving through people. We see mighty men and women throughout history that saw the problem and responded. When God sees a problem He sends a person,