I love when a prayer is answered in an unexpected way.
Tonight I stumbled upon a community of Christians who are living out the principles the Lord is asking me to more closely examine.
Their hospitality is downright refreshing.
I look forward to further connecting with this group and the larger ministry as a whole.
And the coolest part is that they meet on Friday nights, so it doesn’t interfere with my involvement at Rhema Bible Church.
The body of Christ at large is doing great things.
I enjoy connecting with different churches and parachurch ministries because it broadens my perspective.
A narrow viewpoint, to me, is one of the biggest killers of unity.
Just like God’s plans are bigger than us, so is His body as a whole. The idea that I’m a small, yet vital, part of the body of Christ, His hands and feet on earth, truly humbles me.
And to think there are many members of the body and God knows us all personally?
One more reason to add to my list of why God is awesome.
I entered a busy season today. There’s a lot going on at school and work.
It’s all good stuff, but it could easily become overwhelming if I let it.
And we all know that stress and worry has never helped anyone.
I’m doing my best to combat any anxious thoughts immediately by praying about them instead of fretting over them.
It really works!
In fact, I am more at peace now than I ever was in the past when facing similar situations.
My trust in God has increased exponentially and I’m learning to bring it all to Him first–not as a last resort.
One of the biggest lessons I’m learning at Rhema is that knowing something and doing something are very different.
Yes, I have known for a long time that trusting God is key to a peaceful and fruitful life.
I have many stories about how trusting God has pulled me out of many seemingly impossible situations.
But living in Tulsa has only increased my opportunities to trust God more fully.
Like Dean Tad says, “If you can move to Tulsa by faith, you can follow God anywhere by faith.”