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Perfect Peace!

I always had a passion for writing and art. It wasn't until about 5 months ago that I felt the Lord directing me into a different path using my talents for Him. My passion and goal is to always leave you wanting more of Jesus. To put into words how much Jesus truly loves you… Continue reading Perfect Peace!

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christian living, freedom, God, Victory over Sin

Living Above the Status Quo {Anchor of Promise #45}

We can want to do the right things and STILL fall short of the mark of perfection. Why? Why did God lay out things in the Bible that almost seem so impossible to reach? The answer is because He first wants us to see that we CANNOT do it on our own. He wants us to then see that we indeed need the help of the Holy Spirit who was given to us through the death and resurrection of Jesus.

christian living, God, God's Glory, Reflection, Reflector, Running

Clean off the reflectors! {Anchor of Promise #44}

Anchor of Promise #44 We Reflect God's Glory I have a pair of running shoes that have tiny reflectors on them. If I ever decide that I want to run in the dark, these reflectors can be seen by drivers as their head lights hit them. But what if I went running through mud and… Continue reading Clean off the reflectors! {Anchor of Promise #44}

assurance, christian living, Commitment, God's faithfulness, God's Promises, joy, love, peace, promises

God NEVER disappoints! {Anchor of Promise #43}

God wants us to trust that He will fulfill His promises to us. He never reveals when He will deliver us from trials, pains etc. But He promises that He stay by your side while you go through it all. He will give you grace that is sufficient and strength to make it through. (Philippians 1:6, Philippians 4:13, 2 Corinthians 12:9)

Chick Flick, christian inspiration, christian living, love, Love story, redemption, Story of Ruth

Best Love Story {Anchor of Promise #42}

Are you a softy for a good love story? I mean a "real" love story that takes persistence, is pure, and all ends with a "happy ever after"? I feel like the entertainment industries skew "love". Their view of love is portrayed to teens and even adults that it's all about sex and not giving the relationship your full commitment.