I'm almost two months into my role at Radiant, but haven't updated this blog with links to my pieces! I decided to do a #TGIF round up and compile them all here for anyone interested in reading. xo.
About four years ago, I was living in New York City and cautiously attending a church. I was unsure and honestly, felt embarrassed for wanting to know Jesus. One day, I had a fleeting thought: “If you come to Nashville, I will show you what you want to see.” At this point, I didn’t know if I liked Jesus, let alone believed something crazy like God speaking to people. Yet, I booked a ticket to Nashville where my best friend attended church. I was excited but wondered if I was insane.
From "How to Listen to God." Find the rest here!
I don’t always get it right, and neither will you. That isn’t the point. The beauty is that being “right” or correct won’t make your marriage. Being right or correct don’t really make life with God, either. What makes a marriage is choosing to show up and staying humble. It’s okay to have to learn — to apologize profusely and ask for forgiveness often.
From "Embracing the Process in Marriage." Find the rest here!
Abundance is just another word for freedom or fullness. Anything that keeps us feeling stuck or less than our true selves is the opposite of abundance — in finances and everywhere else in life, too. God always has an answer to free us from those things that keep us from the abundant life he promised. In this case, his way is tithing and generosity.
From "Finding Abundance Through Generosity." Find the rest here!