Grace Requires Nothing of Me

A week before Easter Sunday, Todd Wagner, one of the pastors at Watermark Community Church stated, “People say what they think and do what they believe.” Oof. That hit deep. I’ve recently come to terms with the fact that while I “know” a lot of things, I don’t really believe them. There have been severalContinue reading “Grace Requires Nothing of Me”

Our Daily Bread is More Than Food

“Quiet time” is a phrase that’s become somewhat of a Christian cliche. Whenever I hear this phrase, I know someone is referring to their time spent reading the Bible, praying, and possibly journaling. But when used outside of a Christian context, “quiet time” sounds a lot like something a young child might participate in insteadContinue reading “Our Daily Bread is More Than Food”

Why “Pursuing Peace”?

The name of this blog is inspired by two verses:  Psalm 34:14, which states, “Turn from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it,” and 1 Corinthians 14:33, which states, “For God is not a God of confusion but of peace.”  As believers, we are called to pursue peace. I’m not talking temporary peaceContinue reading “Why “Pursuing Peace”?”