About Inhale Peace: A 31-Day Journey to Realign with God's Peace

IMG-5748.JPG

The peace of God transcends every circumstance. It is the peace He gives us, not the conditional peace of the world. We must be diligent about connecting with peace and with God, who is the orchestrator of peace. We must pursue it and be intentional about maintaining it when the world tries to take it from us. 

Inhale Peace: A 31-Day Journey to Realign with God’s Peace is a devotional that will help you to remain aligned with the peace of God every day of the month. The time of day you choose to read this book does not matter. The most important thing is that you make time to commune with God so that He may abide with you and you with Him. Though God may not remove you from the situations that are currently causing you to be overwhelmed, He will give you His peace to move through the situation until He is ready to open a new door for you.

Click here to purchase your copy!

5 Ways to Reconnect with Peace

5 Ways to Reconnect with Peace

There is an upside to all of the chaos that exists in the world, and that is God's peace. The Lord tells us in John 14:27, "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid." In other words, God gives us His peace that we can carry with us always. His peace transcends everything, and will keep us during tumultuous times. His peace is a balm in the midst of trouble, and the calm that will sustain us. 

Lent 2018: Quenching the Spirit

Lent 2018: Quenching the Spirit

Your Lent experience is your moment at the well. It is your opportunity for God to pour his Living Water into your dry spirit. Your focus should not be, "How do I make it 40 days without this thing that I’m so used to consuming?" Instead it should be, "How can I open myself up to God over the next 40 days to have a life-altering, soul experience with the Father?"  In order to have that experience you must be willing to delve deep into God’s word, and you must be willing to speak to, and take the time to hear from, God through prayer.

Lent 2018: It's More Than Just A Fast

Lent 2018: It's More Than Just A Fast

Many of us look at Lent through the eyes of our flesh, believing we won't able to do without that thing from which we’re fasting for 40 days. However, the long-term benefits of sacrifice outweigh the short-term pleasure of pleasing our flesh.  You see, Lent can be a beautiful experience where you are no longer distracted, and can hear God’s voice clearly. The Lord will use those 40 days to plant a seed in your bosom that will blossom in the next season of your life.

Change Your Inner Narrative Free Download & Podcast Bundle

Change Your Inner Narrative Free Download & Podcast Bundle

Step into 2018 with a renewed mindset by planning now to change your inner narrative! Download my worksheet to work through what you need to do to transition from negative to positive thinking. And, as an added bonus, listen to my special Changing Your Inner Narrative podcast bundle with four messages and a #PeaceBreak to offer you insight on the importance of allowing God to change how you think and speak to be successful in 2018!

Abide In Me, John 15:9: Remain In My Love

Abide In Me, John 15:9: Remain In My Love

God loved us enough to bear the pain of persecution, be beaten and ridiculed by those he helped and healed, and endured the crucifixion in order to fulfill the prophecy so that his death and resurrection would yield freedom for you and me. Now that is true love and “neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creations, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 8:39).

Abide in Me, John 15:8: Drop Your Nets

Abide in Me, John 15:8: Drop Your Nets

We must be obedient to be used by God. Our obedience is our way of letting God know that our spirits are willing and that we are ready to be molded by him. It is our way of informing God that we want to participate in His plan, that we want to be used by him to bless others. More importantly, our obedience opens the door to the most important relationship of our lives, with God, our Father.

Abide in Me, John 15:7: Remain

Abide in Me, John 15:7: Remain

The Christian Standard Bible’s (CEB) translation of John 15:7 states: “If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you want and it will be done for you”. According to Webster’s Dictionary, to “remain” means to “stay in the same place”, to “continue unchanged”, and to “be part of, not destroyed, taken or used up”. These three definitions offer vital insight into understanding what and how God wants us to develop relationship with Him.