While the Bible doesn’t specifically command Christians to memorize Scripture, there are several verses that tell us to meditate on the law day and night or to store God’s Word in our hearts. Take Deuteronomy 11:18-20 for example, “Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and [Continue Reading]

Pop quiz time: How many Bible verses can you recite right now word-for-word from memory?  One? Five? Ten? If you’re like most Christians (including me, unfortunately…) the answer is probably not very many. Sure, you may know the most common ones–verses like John 3:16 and Jeremiah 29:11–but with Bibles (and Bible apps!) so readily available, [Continue Reading]

I am a worrier. I come by it naturally. Both of my parents are worriers too. There wasn’t a night I worked late that my mom wasn’t right there on the couch waiting for me to come home. And the one time I showed up 20 minutes late (I was parked in and had to [Continue Reading]

This week, I was challenged to “write about a failure you’ve experienced lately,” and honestly, I’ve had a really hard time coming up with what to write. Not because I’m great at everything or because I excel at everything I try (I don’t!), but because “failure” simply isn’t really a part of my vocabulary. I’m [Continue Reading]