In our years of traveling, I’ve been reminded how simple but crucial it is to actively share in each other’s lives, in the good and the bad. To offer kindness to those we know well but also those we don’t.
Feeling lonely or disconnected? Missing your old community and friends? Read this.
God will pour the grace we need, but not until we’re sitting at the table.
Does God's will seem like a vague mystery to you? Read why I believe His will is not a mystery at all and that it's easier to "find" than we realize.
Sometimes we feel obligated to say yes, when we should really say no. Read why it's ok to say no and see pointers for how to say it when you feel pressured to say yes.
Surprise your work-from-home friend with the perfect Christmas gift from this list.
Disclaimer: This is only a selection from the full article. The full article was published on Tirzah July 10, 2017. "I found a really great job opportunity, but it might mean moving to Oregon” my boyfriend said from the other end of the line. My normally fidgety self went completely still. My boyfriend, Kaleb, went … Continue reading Recently Published: God’s Promise to Us When Plans Change
In 2016, over 500,000 people in the US were recorded as homeless. Over 1/5 of those were children. More than 300 million people in the world suffer depression. In 2015, 43.1 million Americans lived in poverty. With such overwhelming need in the world, Christians often think: "How can we possibly fix it all?" "Does what little … Continue reading The Value of One: Why You Don’t Have to Save the World
I've heard many a sermon about Peter walking on the water. And I've heard countless applications of the story. They always have a few common denominators taken straight from the Biblical account: there's always a storm, Peter always leaves the boat, and he always eventually sinks. But when I read the story in Matthew 14, I … Continue reading The Day You Walk on Water
I'm one of those people who is really into saving time and being as efficient as possible. Wasting time drives me crazy and deciding what to with my time sometimes does too. I'm a multi-tasker and a list-maker. I have one of those time-tracking apps to help me see how much time I spend on … Continue reading Time Is Not Meant to Be Saved; It’s Meant to Be Broken