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Following Hard for All that He is

"Following hard" describes the most glorious journey you can have in this life! King David’s words in Psalm 63:8—"My soul follows hard after thee"—reflects what it means to have a relationship with God that thrills the soul, no matter what life throws at you. I’m glad you’re here and pray you will find fresh hope and encouragement for your journey. Join me as we “follow hard” for all that He is!


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When I Want YOUR Life With Christ More Than My Own

What can happen when we look around I’ve noticed that Jesus relates uniquely to the lives of others. When I look around, both personally and from afar, “my” Christ can appear different than “your” Christ or “her” Christ. As unique as we are, our life/faith in Jesus can be portrayed just as personally. Just like […]

Wound Tight and Ready to Control- Guest Post for Katie Reid

Are you wound tight? I once saw a bumper sticker that summed me up perfectly as a woman. Lead, follow or get out of the way. Without trying, I am normally a take-charge kind of person. With the ability to lead comes the temptation to take charge, even when it isn’t my responsibility to do […]

When Love Calls Your Name

Do you love me? It was a defining moment in my life. Little did I know the magnitude of one little word, that a definition would transform my life and faith like nothing else had, apart from salvation. I can remember in my late twenties struggling with the “greatest commandment”, identified by Jesus Himself as […]

2 Behaviors Derailing Our Lives

Are we derailing our own life? I have seen pastors fall, marriages crumble, relationships deteriorate, ministries compromised and faith, possibly in jeopardy. There are 2 behaviors, often unbeknownst to us, that are threatening our stability as believers. To what extent, only God knows. Whether the visible symptoms appear through addictions, divorce, conflict, unbelief, or rebellion, […]