As I walk deeper and deeper in my relationship with Jesus, I am more and more awed by the God that we serve and the incredibly surreal and supernatural things we get to enjoy as His sons and daughters. One of the ways God has been speaking to me over the past two years … Continue reading Developing the Gift of Dreaming
These past two months have been full of life-change. It feels as though there has not been a single day that God has not pointed his mighty hand somewhere in my life and has either dealt out revelation or his supernatural healing. My heart is full of joy and thankfulness. I’m sure that most of … Continue reading My Experience in the United Pursuit School of Worship
When I was in school, I was not the greatest student. Looking back now I realize that I had some beliefs about myself that held me back from being a good student. Somewhere growing up I came to believe I was irresponsible, undisciplined, and inevitably forgetful. It’s tempting to try to uncover what the things were … Continue reading More Thoughts on Identity
Everything is gray. The only color that is escaping the mouth of the cloud rolling in over the fields is green. It refuses to surrender itself to the cool mist, and seems to push its vibrance. The forests looks like mounds of emeralds emerging out of the fog, the highlights sparkling and it’s shadows brooding. The rain falls down … Continue reading This Is Eternal Joy
I used to be a terrible little liar. Not terrible in that I wasn’t good at it, rather I used to do it a lot. I’ve learned over the years that my motives for lying was always to escape some kind of pain, either my own, or to prevent pain for others. All the while, … Continue reading Reject The Lie
These past few days have been a whirlwind of long days with little sleep and meeting with lots of the missionaries in Extreme Nazarene Missions. Currently, I’m sitting on the floor in the living room of my missionary friends’ house getting ready to head to bed to rest for, yet another, wild travel day. Tomorrow, … Continue reading More Than Design
After being a Christian for five years (I grew up in the church, but I really only consider myself an active Christian as of five years ago), it would be reasonable to assume that I would have my spiritual life together. You hear that internal voice saying to yourself now, “But, Christians don’t ever stop … Continue reading What Does it Mean to Sow to the Spirit?