Tag Archives: worship

What’s Your Escape?

No one has to tell you this world is a scary place, especially right now with the Coronavirus running rampant. Lives are turned upside down. Plans uprooted. The world around us shutting down… it’s scary stuff! We all have escapisms … Continue reading

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Onward!

The song of storms will no longer pound the ramparts of my heart. Those waves of doubt will no longer crash upon my mind. The encompassing darkness will not have a foothold in my spirit. The earthquake of lies will … Continue reading

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In and Through All

You’re in all. In the vast heavens in glory. You’re through all. Written on the pages of every story. You’re in all. The wind and the rain come at Your call. You’re through all. You speak and the cool rain … Continue reading

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I Need Thee

Sometimes, the words of hymns that have been sung for generations strikes a chord in our hearts. Be blessed by the lyrics to this relevant and meaningful song… let the words soak into your soul and speak to you: I … Continue reading

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Unplugged

The past few days, I “unplugged” on a weekend away in the woods. It’s liberating. And terrifying. This blog isn’t about how technology is bad, blah blah blah (LOL). It’s about how terrifying it is when we’re feeling disconnected or … Continue reading

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Orchestral Breath

Sometimes the beat is in our soul. Sometimes two halves don’t make a whole. Sometimes the rhythm is in our heart. Sometimes the harmony splits apart. Sometimes the lyrics are our song. Sometimes the music plays all wrong. Despite the … Continue reading

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Turning Discouragement Into… Worship?

As a writer, I was discouraged. Downtrodden, hope in my craft was meager. “People don’t know me. What if no one can connect with what I write? What’s the point of writing if I’m not encouraging someone… anyone!” As I … Continue reading

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