Reading through the Old Testament can sometimes be a difficult journey. I think back to when we read about the building of the Tabernacle. It was a monumental undertaking, filled with endless directions, measurements, and vibrant colors. I must confess, at times it felt like a never-ending endeavor. However, amidst this sea of information, there was one individual who captured my attention—Bezalel. His story not only showcases God’s unique gifting and equipping of His children but also reminds us of the true purpose behind our creativity.Continue reading
Giving God Our Little
We talk about giving God our all, giving God our surplus, or maybe even a percentage. What about giving God our little?Continue reading
Childlike Faith: You Used to be a Kid Too!
Rebel with a Cause
The Problem with Lent
You’ve Been Labeled.
I’m not going to talk about how long it has been or what has happened since I last posted. Instead, I am going to jump straight into a new post, formatted from a talk I gave to a youth group.
The topic is “labels.” I probably already lost you when I said those dreaded words “youth group,” but bear with me.
Label Tag Youth Group Game
This game is relatively easy and cheap, and as most games go, there’s probably a similar version of it somewhere else. Here is my take on label tag.
I was blessed with a great mom. She’s both meek and mild, but likes her food hot. She’s raised me since birth and has helped turn me into the person I am today. We are all thankful to have her, despite never knowing what to get her. What do you give the person who deserves the world?
5 Things I Learned in 2015
2015 has just ended, and we are already facing the “New Year New Me” posts everywhere. It’s easy to poke fun at those getting on the bandwagon, but any change can be a good one. No matter how it was encouraged. To commemorate a new year starting, I’m going to look back at just 5 things I learned from 2015.
God Isn’t Shouting
Someone recently asked me what I thought about the voice of God. They began expressing their concern to me in a few questions. It was a little overwhelming, but with good reason: it’s a complicated topic.