Do y’all remember the song? It’s one childhood memory I’ve taken with me and been able to pass on to the next generation. “My God is so big, so strong, and so mighty. There’s nothing my God cannot do.” Nothing is impossible with the One who created and sustains the entire universe. Continue reading My God Is So Big
As far back as I can remember, there have always been people I’ve looked up to and admired. Some of the names on that list have dropped off for various reasons; others have since been added. People who have lived admirable, selfless, and upright lives ought to be seriously considered and evaluated for one’s list of heroes. These people should never be idolized or worshiped, obviously. But if they’re living life well, it would be reasonable to imitate the good they produce. Who are your heroes? Continue reading Who Are Your Heroes?
I thought it would be fun (and creatively challenging) to reflect on the last few decades about what I’ve seen, done, and learned. And then post 30 life lessons and experiences because…well…I’m turning 30. And June has 30 days. How convenient. Continue reading 30 Before 30
God gets the glory when we love our neighbors around the world—both able-bodied people and people affected by disability. Continue reading Love God and Do Good
I’ve followed Joni Eareckson Tada’s ministry for several years, but this was the first time I was able to participate as a volunteer or STM (Short Term Missionary). [If you don’t know Joni’s story, you can read a brief bio … Continue reading How Joni and Friends Family Retreat Changed My Life
This is Ebenezer. He lives in Ghana. And he had two great needs: A wheelchair, and Good news This is what Joni and Friends offers through Wheels for the World. “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: … Continue reading Be the hands and feet of Jesus