THIS SONG. YOUR CHURCH. PLEASE SING.

There is much to be said about the songs we sing in our churches, especially when it comes to being overly critical. I am guilty of this beyond what I care to confess. But I’ve been personally inspired and drawn to Christ’s hope with a

THY WILL BE DONE

Thy will be done. Those are the easiest words to say, and the most difficult to mean. Thy will be done when I don’t see a way out. Thy will be done when I’ve unknowingly created a vision of what Your will should look like,

THREE REASONS WHY CREATING SOMETHING IS SO STINKIN’ DRAINING

Emotionally sapped. Physically wiped. Excited. Disappointed. Energized. Fearful. Quicker to anger. Longer to grace. Loss of control. A little depressed. A little relieved. Tired. I’m not sure what you feel like as you labor through an artistic or creative endeavor, but the phrases above describe

WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU ACTED LIKE YOU WEREN’T SCARED?

As you endeavor to pour yourself into a relationship with Jesus – a relationship where intimacy is its hallmark characteristic – you’ll be asked to step into areas that will require more faith than you’re accustomed to. Without faith, intimacy wanes. And the footsteps of the

THE MYTH OF A CREATIVE CLASS

The primary myth of creativity, as I see it, is any voice that makes any person believe that artists are the only truly creative people on the planet. As someone who’s an artist and who speaks to and from the middle of that Tribe, I confess

THE GIFT OF PRESENCE

In 2014, my constant and unexplained headaches that continued to burst into my forehead and ears and face and teeth had begun to rule me. But through the wisdom of God, He would bring about a healing that I could never script.  So entering 2015, Angela