Forgiveness is a Choice

    What makes forgiveness such a hard choice? Why do so many of us struggle with offering forgiveness? Choosing to forgive in this world often seems like we are validating the act; that in some way, we are saying what happened is okay. Forgiveness can be seen as a sign of weakness or a…

We Are Covered

  If you live in Georgia, you know the phrase, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes.” It’s true. Georgia weather will give you whiplash with its quick changes. That’s how I found myself mumbling under my breath as I ran around my yard this evening throwing sheets over my potted flowers and…

Leaning in to BIG QUESTIONS

Have you ever been reading through scripture, or just living life and run into a BIG QUESTION for God? Or maybe you’ve run into a circumstance or struggle that made you question God’s character, sovereignty, authority, or goodness? I know I have, and for many years I really just shied away from those confusing stories…

Why is Forgiveness so Hard?

  What does forgiveness look like to you?  What does God ask of us when it comes to forgiveness? These are questions I am sure we’ve all thought & asked ourselves during our lives.  We’ve all been hurt from time to time – sometimes hurts are small, other times they are major. Sometimes we need…

Well-Digging by Kayla Whittle

  In Genesis 26: 19-22, Isaac and his people have moved to the Valley of Gerar after Abimelech kicked them out. The herdsmen of Gerar are frustrated that Isaac is there trying to dig a well for his people. There is quarreling and frustration over the well-digging. Isaac actually dug two wells that the herdsman…