The Power of Meditating on God’s Word (Devotional Times Series)

In 2020 when the world shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I faced my first season of trial and wilderness in my Christian walk. I had been saved for two years at that point and was flourishing in all areas of my life, especially in my faith. Since I live alone, during the required quarantine period I was isolated from everyone, but most importantly, I was isolated from community and fellowship.

September 12, 2022

How Should We Use Our Gifts?

As children of God, we get used to God’s gifts so much that we sometimes start demanding them from him. I easily forget that all I have has been freely given to me by God (James 1:17) and I begin to feel entitled to the talents and resources I’ve enjoyed. We humans can easily take pride in our gifts and selfishly use them for our own benefit instead of building up the Body of Christ.…

February 21, 2022

Walking in Freedom

As followers of Christ, we are called to walk by faith and not by sight. Easier said than done. I desired, more than anything else as a new believer to not be conformed to this world but to be transformed by the renewing of my mind (Romans 12:2). However, I struggled with the tension between my old self and the new self I was called to be in Christ. I quickly learned that the only way I could renew my mind daily was to feed on the Word of God and ask the Holy Spirit to set my mind on the things above. 

August 24, 2020