10 Ways You Can Move Through Fear Right Now

Our hearts and minds are as heavy as mountains. We are trying not to panic, but really, many of us are, in fact, panicking. Today, if there’s just one thing I want to remind the world it’s this truth that will sustain us: “God is greater than our heart, and He knows everything.” (1 John 3:20)

10 Takeaways From Taking a Social Media Fast

Recently, the pastor of our church asked the congregation to do a 21 Day Fast. I might’ve grown anxious and waited until the veryyyyyyy last minute to confirm my commitment when I heard this. I have done 24 hour food fasting a couple times and a week long social media fast before for various reasons, but I had never committed … Read More

Spotlight Prayers

Prayer is a constant line of communication with God. I’m still learning so much about prayer. It’s humbling to think that the God of the Universe will listen to what little ole me has to say, especially since it used to be that there was a much more complicated process to talk with Him. Jesus has become our mediator and … Read More

The Truth About Isolating Yourself

One of Satan’s craftiest plans is to keep you discouraged, depressed, and anxious by keeping you isolated. He wants to convince you that you don’t belong and that you don’t have a place. He wants to get you by yourself so that you don’t have an army of support pouring truth, fellowship, and hope into your life. Don’t believe him. … Read More

Missing the Old While Longing For the New

Our backyard has a creek running through it, nestled up to woods with both tall and fallen trees. Pretty much daily, we drop everything to run watch the deer trot through the woods, across the creek, and in to the field on the backside of our property. The other day, my husband took our three year old son, dog, and … Read More

Why Funerals Are a Good Way to Start a Decade

“How’s that little boy?” he asked as he pointed to the row my mom was sitting on, there in the back of the sanctuary, helping me find my seat. “He’s great. Growing so fast,” I quickly responded as I clutched the program for the first funeral of the decade I would attend. “Good. That’s what we care about,” he said, … Read More

The Best Recipe for Thanksgiving

The Best Recipe For Thanksgiving

If you’re like me, you’ve been thumbing through old cookbooks and searching posts on the internet hunting the perfect recipes for this year’s Thanksgiving Dinner. It’s the star banquet of the year, this meal. We want it to be filled with equal parts tradition and deliciousness. But most of all, we want a recipe for our families that will stir … Read More

You’re Fearfully and Wonderfully Made, Too, Girl.

Rarely do my husband and I sleep in separate rooms. This week, though, he is suffering through a double ear infection and a sinus infection. Our little boy is recovering from a virus as well, so I really am taking measures to give my immune system its best shot so we don’t all fall apart. Even still, sometimes I feel … Read More

What You Need to Know When You’re Searching for More

Jesus is the Man of Sorrows, but he’s also the Prince of Peace. He gets where we are and all that we’ve been through. But he won’t leave us stuck. He brings peace and resurrection and hope to anything that brings us low, because he got low with us so that he could raise us up with Him and set … Read More

How to stop saying, “I can’t do this.”

Emily P Meyer How to Stop Saying I Cant Do This

“I can’t do this.” If I haven’t said it out loud, how many times have I said it inside my head and heart The weight of the, “I can’t do this,” is so so heavy. It’s often very real, too. You really aren’t as strong as the task ahead of you many times…not by yourself. But you know what? You’ve … Read More