This weeks verse comes from the story of the Withered Fig Tree in Mark 11:20-24 where Jesus tells the disciples they can pray for anything. I have always loved this verse, but a friend wrote it on a card and brought it up to me...

Colby and I went to the Bethel worship concert last night and my brother and sister-in-law flew in for the night to join us! It was a fun double date and one of the most amazing, spirit-led worship nights I have every experienced! And, the Lord blessed...

It's good to be back! It was a sweet time off and the Lord spoiled me with more blue sock moments. I sure did miss posting on here and reading other blogs too, but I know the break was more important than my selfish desires....

The story of Abraham and Sarah brings so much hope. God told Abraham that he would be a father of children (Genesis 17:16). Romans 4:21 tells us that Abraham never doubted that God would fulfill His promise. His faith did not waver. He had faith because...

I came across this sermon from 2010 on the Gateway website. It's so relevant to celebrating Christmas and to our journey in believing for a miracle. How do you picture a King arriving? When you think of royalty what do you imagine? The story of the...

Today we celebrate the greatest event in history. Our Messiah has been born. We celebrate a Messiah that is so much more than what anyone expected Him to be. The Jews waited for someone to deliver them, while others waited for someone to heal them....

As we get closer to celebrating Christmas, I thought it was time to switch gears for my memory verses and share more about the most important day in history; the birth of Jesus. I can't share Matthew 1:23, without also sharing Matthew 1:20-22: But after he had...

The Memory Verse last week was Hebrews 11:1, which tells us to put our faith in the unseen. This week I'm sharing Matthew 17:20, another verse on faith. The context behind this verse takes place when disciples, who were unable to drive out the demons, asked...