puzzle pieces

puzzle pieces

A bruised heart that chooses to beat with a passion for God amid pulsing pain and confusion, may just be the most expensive offering placed on the divine alter. – Beth Moore

I read this quote and it hit me to my core.


Finding My Way Back to the Shore

We all have hopes and dreams, but what are we supposed to do when our hearts are broken and our dreams can’t come true?

That’s the question I found myself staring at recently within a Bible study I am doing with a friend, and gosh if it didn’t hit me right in the gut. Reflecting back on this now over a year of live I’ve been living…

the wine Jesus drank

The Wine Jesus Drank: Why would he refuse the first, and drink the second?

The enemy studies us.
He knows our playlist.
He knows what we say to ourself.
He knows our proclivities.
He knows our struggles.
He knows our insecurities.

The enemy will use anything he can to get to our relationship with God. He will attack what’s most valuable.

The enemy knows more about our destiny than we do. ‘The enemy isn’t after where you’re at right now, he’s after what you could get access to in the future and the influence you have. This is why he wreaks havoc over anything that matters to us – emotions, minds, willpower, families and futures.’ Juliana Page