I remember thinking years ago that it was a near sin to love beautiful things. Maybe loving beauty just made me vain? That was until God brought to my mind the master crafters He had…
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At first when I started this blog, I pridefully saw myself with the writing utensil in hand and thought the whimsical feather pen was about me and my writings.
But then, God interrupted those thoughts and reminded me of my main mission- to bring Him glory. It was time to give Him the pen. So I re-created the blog to fit what God was prompting me–that He is the Author no matter the mess. He didn’t create the mess and He would never call some of the trials you or I endured good. Chronic illness that lays you up in bed for years in your twenties, limits your mobility drastically and causes sometimes visible symptoms is not good. But God can and will bring good out of messes like my own and redeem our messy stories. I know anytime I visit a blog, I like to get to know their vision, so you can see ours here, more about me here and our start here page to see some of our favorite articles.
What If I Don’t Feel Healthy Enough to Read the Bible?
What if I don’t feel healthy enough to read the Bible? Can I just skip reading it until I feel better?…
Once I clamped eyes on this lovely Bible brought to you by the partnership of (in)courage and CSB, I knew I had to share it with you guys! Clearly, there's been a lot of beautifully designed Bibles on the market as of late (as evidenced here, here, here,...read more
Maybe you're reading this right now and you want to be a good student of the Word, but you don't know how. Or maybe, the motivation isn't even there. Why read the Word if you're already going to church and praying? Enter in this little treasure of a...read more
Things Not Seen is all about the Faith Hall of Fame. You may remember that the Faith Hall of Fame is located in Hebrews 11 and chronicles the heroes of faith who didn't always act so heroically. No matter their flaws, they placed their faith in God. Given...read more
The God of the Old Testament and the Apostle Paul have developed a baaad reputation to those outside of the faith, and even those in the faith. And even though Jesus is oftentimes considered the more peace-loving, prophet type, he did throw a table,...read more
Sometimes it's difficult to know how to see your physical suffering through a Biblical lens. Is it okay to be angry with God? Are we allowed to be upset? And if we are, how do we infuse the command to be "joyful always?" If you're a Christian and stumped...read more