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I had a day a few weeks ago that made me think “would anyone notice if I weren’t here?” I was quickly reminded by the Holy Spirit that if no one else knows what I do, He sees.

He is El-Roi, “the God who sees”. All we do, all we think, all we say, He knows. And He loves us.

You were enough to send His Son to die for you. Never forget that. My devotional at the God is Love blog this month is about feeling insignificant. It’s a lie that we can’t afford to believe.

Join me and let’s talk about it. If I can pray for you or you’d like to start a conversation, use the comments below or hit me up at the contact page. I hope to hear from you!

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Do you live in a safe, “Christian” bubble? I’m afraid that I do. I’m coming to realize that while we often keep ourselves at bay in a world that wants to do us harm, we are not fulfilling our true calling of bringing others to Jesus. Salesmen don’t sell products to those who already own them, and we can’t share Christ in the same way with others who already know Him.

My latest devotional at the God is Love blog talks about this. I’d love to hear what you think. Send me an email or use the comments below to start a conversation.

Then let’s get out there and share the light in a dark world!

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Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

I’m feeling a burden for myself and for our culture to try and see the best in people and not the worst. And not the fake best, the mask that we use on ourselves and each other in our Facebook feeds and Instagram stories. I want to see people the way God sees them. My devotional at the God is Love blog this month is all about potential. What do you think? Use the comment section below or contact me and we can start a conversation about it!

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Silence is such a hard thing to come by. Our world is loud and busy and I’ve become accustomed to it. For better or worse, I’d rather fill the space around me with words and music and talking than be alone with my thoughts some days.

God’s voice is loud enough to make the rocks cry out, if He chooses. But isn’t better for us if we make room so He doesn’t have to speak through burning bushes and lightning strikes? Silence can be a very good thing, if we let it.

Here’s my January 2019 devotional for Devotions from the Heart about the topic of silence.

Do you have a daily practice of silence? Or is this something you’d like to cultivate but, like me, don’t always know how? Leave a comment or use the contact form to let me know what you think. I’d love to start a conversation about it!