Daily Devotion – An Untimely Harvest

Daily Devotion – An Untimely Harvest

In August, I’ll plant my first-ever fall garden. After decades of gardening, it will feel like a weird adventure. I’m used to planting in the spring, when mornings are cool and sunlight is gentle. But I’m trusting the experts who say you must plant in hot and humid...
Daily Devotion – What Happens When God Closes a Door

Daily Devotion – What Happens When God Closes a Door

Do you ever pray for God to close a door he doesn’t want you to walk through? Then God closes it, and you find yourself in utter shock. How could He do such a thing?! It leaves you at a crossroad – will I trust the Lord or will I attempt to pry open the...
Daily Devotion – Your Days Are Not Your Own

Daily Devotion – Your Days Are Not Your Own

Do you ever wonder what is God’s plan for your life?  How can you be certain? I remember feeling the pressure to make decisions in high school as to what I would do for the rest of my life.  Some leave school with a clear vision for what they wish to accomplish, but...
Daily Devotion – How Will You Trust God In All Things

Daily Devotion – How Will You Trust God In All Things

Trust God In All Things When it comes to trusting God, do you say the words that all Christians are supposed to say – “I trust God in all things.” But then you glance down and notice your fingers clenched tight and your knuckles turning white, and you realize...
Daily Devotion – How To Trust God

Daily Devotion – How To Trust God

How To Trust God Trust the Lord with all your heart, and do not rely on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths smooth [straight]. (Proverbs 3:5-6 GW) (Context—Proverbs 3:1-6 GW) As a young believer, I had to learn how to...
Daily Devotion – Personal Truth

Daily Devotion – Personal Truth

Let me tell you, a few years back in 2012 there were some broken things in my life. I had only one job offer after finishing grad school. And that took a year to receive. I had to get rid of my car because it was costing too much to repair. And I’d come out of a...