‘Every morning I lay out the pieces of my life on the altar and wait for your fire to fall upon my heart.’ Psalm 5:3 (TPT) This timeless idea of meeting with God in the morning is timeless because…it works. This timeless idea happened for me many years ago and it still works for me today. I have never […]Read More Win the Morning
Where do our deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet? This is one of those core ideas that really shape our engagement with the world. And it’s been a question I have struggled with for many years. Deep in my heart I knew that much of my work was not my heart’s desire. What […]Read More Where does gladness and hunger collide?
When doors began closing at the end of 2016, it signalled that a change was coming. For more than two years God has been doing something new in my life. I didn’t know how it would play out, but I sensed there was a journey to take. As part of the journey I wanted to […]Read More The Place God Calls You
I discussed in my last blog that there are sure ways to know more of Christ. What about the second part of the motto: “To know Christ and make Him known.” When the time comes for an encounter with nonbelievers, however, do we know who we are about to introduce them to? Making Him known […]Read More Making Christ Known
Over the years, I’ve encountered the motto “To know Christ and make Him known.” In this current season, I have taken the opportunity for a deeper reflection on these words. This has given me a new appreciation for their value. What I discovered is that as I spent time with the Lord, studying the Word, […]Read More Knowing Christ
Since my last blog the Lord has been speaking to me intentionally about the power of the seed in relation to God’s wonderful gift of grace. It is my desire to see the gift achieve the purpose through me in which it was given. Take a seed. Put it under several inches of dirt. Give […]Read More The Power of the Seed
During July of every year, I tune in to the Tour de France. From the time I first started watching the Tour in the mid-to-late ’90’s, I’ve been amazed at what these cyclists do. They are on the bike every day for over three weeks (including 2 “rest days” when they are STILL on the bike!). They regularly […]Read More The Peloton Principle and Intercessory Prayer