Okay, I have an amazing story to tell you about a person becoming freed from strongholds in the middle of Starbucks. I won’t tell you when this happened or who it happened with because they want to remain anonymous, but I asked if I could share it “generally” because it’s so powerful, and who DOESN’T want a powerful testimony, so here we go! Continue reading
A little while ago, I saw a post about writing a song from an unbeliever’s heart. Well, yesterday, while I was driving, God poured one out through me. I didn’t record it, and it had me in tears. I don’t think this is “exactly” it, but it’s pretty darn close.
This song starts in exhaustion, escalates to almost yelling, and ends in a crying whisper. It’s passionate. It’s from a desperate heart that’s been “searching” many places to find God but finally gives up, throws his hands in the air, falls to his knees and cries out for a true answer.
This song is a cry from that heart. Continue reading
Without hope, the world can be devastating.
I write and I write and I write Continue reading
Most nights, I fall asleep thinking I’m NOT going to write the next morning. I wonder what God says to me in my sleep because almost every morning, I write.
feeling lost in a church
having no one to listen
afraid of being judged
so holding the past inside Continue reading
When your days are lost in poetry, your heart loses track of time.
Yesterday, I had coffee with a friend and was telling her a little about my past because it related to our discussion. Through remembering, I was surprised I was even saying it. Continue reading