In The Darkroom

An open journal entry after preaching all weekend. This is real life. You are not alone in your suffering or struggles. … Continue readingIn The Darkroom


Holy Is Your Name

I am captivated by the fact that the Bible does not record the disciples asking Jesus to teach them anything other than how to pray. … Continue readingHoly Is Your Name

Mountain Road

Seeing Is Only Part Of Getting There

I had an idea of what my calling might be as early as middle school. Over the years, that idea morphed but never shifted away from vocational ministry. I received a clear picture of pastoral ministry, but an open door to take a step into that calling did not come until two years later. … Continue readingSeeing Is Only Part Of Getting There


Prayer Is Incredibly Important

Our culture teaches us to only rely on ourselves and limit our trust. Prayer is the opposite. When we pray, we are putting our trust and reliance on God. … Continue readingPrayer Is Incredibly Important

joyful child

The Desires of Your Heart

What do we desire when we are delighting in The Lord? We desire more of Him and what He desires. Psalm 37 is all about trusting God and aligning with His will. … Continue readingThe Desires of Your Heart

Morgan Parees

I Said Never, God Had Other Plans (Guest Post)

Those times I said “that’s great for them, but that will never be me,” were promptings from God. He was slowly preparing my heart for what was to come. … Continue readingI Said Never, God Had Other Plans (Guest Post)

Delivery Times

Delivery Time

Sometimes the answer to prayer comes while we are still praying. Daniel experienced this when Gabriel came to him while he was still in prayer. “As soon as you began to pray, a word went out…” Pray with expectancy because our God is faithful. … Continue readingDelivery Time

How To Hear From God

How To Hear From God

It’s easy to say “I’m willing to follow where ever God leads.” This is especially true when we don’t think we hear Him saying to go anywhere. We often get comfortable where we are in life, whether it be a job, house, standard of living, or even our relationship with God. In those times of comfort, it is easy to settle in and not want anything to change. Like a memory foam mattress, the world seems to conform to our own image and gives us a sense of comfort and security. The desire to remain in that place of comfort

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