Category Archives: Jesus

James

This post comes a year after one of the craziest challenges I decided to take. And by crazy, I mean CRAZY in every sense of the word but with a large whiff of affection. A crazy challenge, taken by my hopeful self, ultimately met by a purposeful God. Prior to this point, the longest scripture […]

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A peek into my small group

I read a great book called Mentor Like Jesus by Regi Campbell. Although his book is set up more to help men lead other men, I learned a great deal about mentoring and applied many of his concepts to my personal group leading young women.   Like any book or method, learn what you can and […]

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7 things I’ve learned in leading a small group

Over a year ago I started a group of young girls (mainly high-school and college aged) and have met with them once a month at my home. I have learned so much about them and about myself through this group and thought it would be helpful to share some of what I’ve learned.   I […]

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Gospel Playbook

I just finished a great book by Judah Smith, entitled, Jesus is ______. Judah expands on who Jesus is at the core, and scratches a wonderful surface of truths rarely translated so graciously. One particular quote has stood out to me as I’ve been wrestling the ideas of effective evangelism.   “Here’s a tip. Jesus […]

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Waiting for Laughter

I’m in a season of persevering. Anybody else out there in one too? I felt such an intense call of my life for something that seems is sitting still. I’m learning to like the stillness and trust, but it is very hard. If God is asking for a quiet trust from me, I’m hearing Him […]

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