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Accepting the Grace of New Mercies Every Morning

Accepting the Grace of New Mercies Every Morning

Have the burdens of late been difficult to shake? Is the heaviness of the world weighing on you?

May this story offer you encouragement as you are reminded of the difference a day can make.

Let’s Hunt for Beauty, Together

Let’s Hunt for Beauty, Together

Lately, do your days need more peace? More pause? More beauty and reminders of God’s presence? Mine do. Will you join me in paying attention to how God is meeting you right where you are?

I’ll be seeking where beauty is showing up + the places I feel God’s presence and sharing it over on Instagram. I’d love for you to join me in hunting for the beauty we often miss when we aren’t paying attention.

Let’s hunt for beauty, together.

Experiencing Wholeness by Trusting God in Our Pain

Experiencing Wholeness by Trusting God in Our Pain

Am I being punished? Is God trying to teach me a lesson? Is my faith being tested?

For a long time, I believed my pain was meant to serve a higher purpose; that God had a reason for it.

Has your mind wandered to this place? As if by instinct, when unexpected circumstances cause pain and suffering to arise, our human nature leads us to grasp for purpose.

Instead of purpose, I’ve learned to seek wholeness.

Finding Abundance in Sickness and in Health

Finding Abundance in Sickness and in Health

Two months after we said “I do,” an MRI revealed the aggressive, rare tumor on my wife’s left calf was growing. Four months later, her mobility significantly suffered and our vows were rapidly put to the test. The “honeymoon” phase of marriage was replaced with a steep learning curve as we uncovered what it truly meant to love one another in sickness and in health.

Learn how Caleb found abundance by recognizing that this was just as much his story as his wife’s.

This Too Shall Last | Book Review

This Too Shall Last | Book Review

Raw. Honest. Relatable. Perfect words to describe the beautiful book written by K.J. Ramsey.

This Too Shall Last combines theology, neuroscience, and personal testimony to examine the complex topic of suffering.

Throughout the book, K.J. encourages readers to transform long-held beliefs related to pain and suffering. From the shame we hold to the belief that our pain is something that, once we crack, will magically go away, K.J. artfully highlights how suffering can be a transformational space—one where we are present to pain and receptive to grace.