I wrote a couple days for FBC Tifton's Advent Devo and wanted to share the devo on here. Here's what I wrote for 11/30! Monday, November 30 Romans 1:16-17 “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes.” The word “gospel” means [...]
This past week has been hard between finals, work, and just feeling drained, but I squeezed in some time to write an assignment for my writing class with Bob Goff. So here it is!
Today's blog is a little different, a little shorter. I'm taking Bob Goff's Writing Course, and I wrote this after we were given our first assignment. So here it is: I looked over at my dog, Cosby, 65 pounds of fur and love, and I knew what was coming next. It always starts out as [...]
Last weekend, I went back up to Nashville to get some of my things. Last time I was in Nashville was almost two months ago. I left for spring break thinking I'd be back in a few days, and then I never got to go back. So being back in Nashville had me bursting with [...]
On Easter Sunday, I was listening to a sermon when a thought crossed my mind: my life has been so caught up in what the next move will be that I haven't been a part of the present. When I would go to 9Round for a workout, I wouldn't stretch before I started (unless I [...]
In this moment when it feels like so much has been stripped from us, maybe we can take this time to prune what is around us with a purpose to get a better glimpse of Jesus.
Would I be scared if I could see the whole picture now? I journaled those words a couple months ago, thinking about what the future could look like. Would I want to know the details or is it really the Lord's protection and provision that I do not know what lies ahead? This was long before COVID-19, so these words have taken on a new meaning.
We can't allow COVID-19 to steal our joy. We can't allow the damage from the tornadoes; we can't allow canceled plans. We have to remain grounded in the name that never changes: Jesus.