Taste & See

Mountaintops freak me out. I don’t know how to camp atop them without the fear that sooner or later something will knock me off my ledge and I’ll roll right down that hill into a valley again. It's like a fear of heights. This attitude is a pretty skewed view of the way our Heavenly Father deals with us. Yes, He does allow valleys and dark seasons to shape us, mold us, build character and perseverance in us, to make us look like Him so that we may be used by Him, but that doesn’t mean He can’t also use our mountains as well.

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Deep Thoughts on Moving, Part 1

...I would hear from the Lord & have this sense of urgency stirring in my heart & yet God kept saying, "Not yet." Or, as I like to call it, "Hurry up & wait." The whole experience made me feel like pottery. I had been molded for a specific use, painted, & put through the fire, now ready to be used for a grand purpose, only to be laid on a shelf to collect dust as I waited longer still.

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Overflow

...that’s how God’s blessings work. He blesses us so that we might also be a blessing. And in blessing others, we are also blessed. It’s a continual cycle. It overflows like water being poured into a single cup stacked on top of 2 more cups...and 3 more under that…and so on...

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His Name

Every time I uttered the words, “Holy is His Name,” I couldn’t contain my emotions. I just wanted to kneel, right there in the vocal booth and lay prostrate before Him. I felt weak…like I didn’t have the strength to even utter those words. Like my lips weren’t worthy enough to let the words escape them. 

It is true, there is power in the Name of Jesus.

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I Am Rich

From a monetary standpoint I live fairly humbly.  After all, I’m a singer/songwriter and a teacher. One might even call me a, “starving artist,” but I assure you…I am very rich.

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Why I Sing

...we all play a part in this world. We were all put here for a purpose. And when we work together and each share our gifts and talents, we make up a beautiful mosaic, fulfilling our collective purpose for existence.

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