Inspirational

The Refining Fire

In the light beneath the eagle’s wing, I saw a girl coming forth in the light—in freedom. 

His Love Makes Me Brave

Dan’s pride melted me. I remember telling her that I love the way Dan loves me because it makes me feel like I can do just about anything.

Burning the Midnight Oil

We’re the ones who had a joint quarter-life crisis a couple of years ago and decided we were going to finally pursue the things we love to do.

This is Me

I want people to understand me, understand God, understand the call and as much as I would try to explain, most just don’t get it.

Justice

It was vital that they learn to pray continuously, stand firm, and not give up when they encountered impossible or discouraging circumstances.

More Precious Than Gold

As far as a legacy goes, I don’t want to pass on jewelry to my children, at least not in the context of legacy.

Tattoos of Hope: Part 2

What desires do we need to relinquish to the will of God? How could a Biblical-Hope perspective change our daily lives?

Better Than Eavesdropping

Filmed by his son and founder of Wanderlust Productions, Darren Wilson, “Conversations with Gary Wilson” is a four-part series capturing the elder Wilson’s personal history as a life-long creative.

Great Expectations

When our hearts are healthy and free, we are able to dream, and thus allow God to use our imagination to partner with Him to see His will accomplished in our lives.

Generosity

When I would see people being generous, it really baffled me. How could people let go so easily?

What is Your Yes?

An abandoned “yes” unlocks abandoned freedom. So, I encourage you to get quiet and ask yourself, “Do I have expectations I need to lay down?”

Someone Else’s Hunger

If it’s important to me that I serve others well and fill their stomachs, why is it not a priority to fill mine?

Wonder-Working Ones

My wonder-working wonders // make way they’re coming out // with glory, grace, and power // the enemy, they can rout.

Hope of the Nations

For those I loved, life went on, but I was no longer a part of it. I would catch a glimpse of their lives from time to time, always from a distance.