This year Easter is a little unconventional. Celebrating Easter is still happening, but it looks a little different. No gatherings, no church services. But family celebrating is essential. And it’s not just about the bunny. I didn’t want to have to go to the store to buy any supplies. I didn’t want to have to
Do you pick a word of the year? I’ve been using Cultivate What Matters Powersheets for years and the process of choosing a word is one I love. Normally I have a word or saying along with scripture to focus on for the year. This year after a lot of praying and reading and defining
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen me talk about the new plan for Theology Thursdays. What started as just some Instagram postings is now an email series for us to learn every single Thursday. Want to sign up? Yay! Let’s get started. Today’s the first day. We’re starting with the basics.
A new year always seems like a great place for a new start. Right? Maybe it’s just another Wednesday but this Wednesday is a new year. Welcome 2020!! Starting off the year with a little brand/website refresh. The new logo got added to the newsletter last month. But let me tell you a little bit
In Exodus, God gives commands to His people. There’s over 600 but the most widely known are the Ten Commandments. Then during his ministry, Jesus, in the Sermon on the Mount, expands on these laws as the people have lived to close to the exact meaning and don’t comprehend how the law should change their
We’re taught to bow our heads, maybe fold our hands. Some hold hands or raise them. Others kneel or sit. But does is one posture better than the other? Is one position valued more to God? We know that the last question was rhetorical, right? In 2 Samuel 7:18, we read that King David sat
Probably the hardest fruit of the Spirit to work on. Probably the one that we truly need the most; the one that can contribute to the ability to use the other fruits too! Maybe that’s why Paul saved it for last. Read: Galatians 5:22-23 Context: See Intro Notes: Webster // ability to control oneself Greek // ἐγκράτεια, enkrateia