Life is hard, often messy, but we serve a God that specializes in hard situations, messy people, and their stuff. There is always beauty in the ashes.
I am an anthropologist of the human condition and a champion of the human soul. I am an artist and theologian specializing in healing and hope. I am also an amateur biblical theologian who loves to delve into the scriptures to find ancient answers to contemporary problems. I am one who gets lost in the deep things of God and doesn’t mind being left breathless and speechless because of the mystery of God. I wrestle with scripture because I believe that God’s truth is found in its pages.
Join me on my podcast for an exploration of where our story meets God’s story. Through the power of storytelling, I share musings, inspiration, and moments of God’s love, grace, and mercy. My aim is to help you see yourself and live your life through the lens and love of God. Consider this my reminder to help you recognize and embrace what God has already placed inside of you. Consider this an investment in helping you heal, grow, and flourish in life and in faith as God’s image-bearer.
When God led me to start the Love Speaks Daily blog in 2009, I was in a dark place. I was recovering from church hurt, relationship hurt, financial hurt, and all sorts of hurt. When I took my hurt to God, I was led to 1 John 4:16 and the words, “God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.” The lightbulb turned into a printed newsletter into an e-newsletter into the devotional blog that Love Speaks Daily is today. By focusing on God’s love instead of all the hurt, I found my way to hope. My goal is simple, to continuously remind readers about God’s love, grace, and mercy.
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