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Monday Morning Munch No. 159 – Made for Greatness


And we’re not talking about another human.

The Olympics are great and I adore every part of them, but even the best athletes were made for more greatness than a piece of plated metal on a pretty ribbon.

Don’t put your identity in anything that will not outlast you. Stake your life on what will matter 30,000 years from now.


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Masquerade Conference 2016

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Masquerade is a conference for 8th-12th grade girls about identity, authenticity, and finding freedom to ditch the mask.

Oh my word, after dreaming about this for a while I’m so excited to announce it’s actually happening! Masquerade will be the second girls’ conference we’ve done in Paducah and I’m beyond excited to see what God is going to do in the lives of every attendee and volunteer. Praise for a God big enough to use us.

This one-day conference will cover the following questions and more:

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Monday Morning Munch No. 81 – Come Swimming With Me

Written March 19th, 2014


The last few hours I have been swimming around in this massive and glorious pool called God’s Love and I hope this morning you will join me. I pray that as you go through your day today that you take special notice and delight in God’s love and all the ways He demonstrates it toward you. As our lives speed up and our schedules get crowded with more and more responsibilities, it’s so easy for our minds and hearts to get cluttered and bogged down with things that have no eternal significance and we can lose sight of the most stunning reality: God loves us. God loves you. Personally. Deeply. Whole heartily. 

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Monday Morning Munch No. 64 – Don’t look there


God, You are the fullness of my heart.
You are the One who sees the inner workings of my soul and love me the same.
You are the One who will never leave or forsake me.
Who loves without measure.
Who understands perfectly.
Who sympathizes with my weaknesses.
Who joyfully embraces my imperfection (because that’s where Your glory is more fully shown).
Who died to make me Your eternal bride.

I realize these could sound like arrogant statements, but I say them because (they are the truth and) I’m asking myself why I should ever look for those things to come from a flawed human being?

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