How to break through the fear and start writing your novel.
The Lord gave me another dream about (up)current events. Holy Spirit just gave me that phrase, lol. It means revelation regarding world events in the not-so-distant future. It’s like we’re all traveling together down the river of life, but sometimes God gives me a little boost and throws me above the water, and while I’m … Continue reading (Up)current Events: The Enemy Has No Real Power
The Lord gave me another dream on March 23, 2021. He had me write it down in the middle of the night and told me to post it immediately. This is to strengthen and encourage, and give you answers to what you've been seeking. In the dream, I was visiting a friend’s house. Her house … Continue reading A War on the Church
I believe God gave me a word that he wants to share with you, the body of Christ. His warriors, his elite army. Last night, January 27, 2021, a big storm swept through California. As I’m writing this, the storm is still raging outside with high winds, rain, and power outages. It’s unusual for California … Continue reading Rallying Cry
It’s a beautiful day. The sky is periwinkle blue. Across a cornfield lie the brown hills of the coastal range, the ridgeline so clear I could cut it from the sky with a scalpel. It’s hard to imagine just two weeks ago, the sky was so orange with smoke that people were recreating scenes from … Continue reading Beautiful Day
Beauty is a target for destruction. That’s why fish hide in algae-infested ponds—why I rarely see them leap from the water... If they stay out too long, they won’t die from lack of oxygen—they die because the enormous weight of gravity slowly crushes their organs.
Right now, looking out the window you see chaos. Empty shelves, long lines. Locked doors and six-foot isolation zones. It feels like the world's being torn apart, but I see people coming together. At Rite Aid, I see a family holding up the checkout line with a cart full of Coke and a notebook of … Continue reading March 2020
This is for anyone who doesn’t know what is going on. You’ve done everything right. You’ve checked all the boxes. You went to college and made the honors list. You buy organic groceries using your own bags. You give coffee to the homeless guy standing on the island in the center of the street. You’ve … Continue reading Worthy
Denver is a curious place. Here, the saying goes, "If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes." It's winter in Denver: earlier this week, it was sunny and sixty outside. I went hiking. The next day, it was snowing. I like to think there's a magician who lives up in the mountains, practicing his … Continue reading Mercy Snows
And so it begins: a single letter becomes a word, a word joins a sentence, sentences compile into paragraphs, and somehow you've written entire pages, and you have a blog. Blog...that's an interesting word. I believe it's short for "web log," but I haven't researched it. If you know the background of that word/term, please … Continue reading The Beginning