This is where reality meets my message.
This is where I learn to truly be uncomfortable for the sake of the gospel. This is where I experience the reality of what the gospel calls me to do. And this is camp.
God does not call us to live a mountain top life. A life where we enjoy the full pleasures of this world and are solely focused on ourselves. No, he calls us to deny ourselves and tells that if we are truly following Christ then we WILL be persecuted! God calls us to be courageous even in the line of death.
We are called to live uncomfortably.
farewell my island dream
living with you was a correspondence of wonder
every moment explored
A soul longs for something more
A quivering thought she bore
Her hope began to soar Continue reading “the hollow soul.”
A life lived sold out, is one truly lived. A new generation is rising up. One that does not want to settle for mediocre Christianity anymore. One that earnestly wants to know God for who He truly is, His real character.
To die is gain. This mindset that Paul, through Christ, calls us to have is radical. It is unlike anything you will find in this world. Continue reading “To Die Is Gain”
Woah! I cannot believe It has been an entire year! The Holy Spirit has been moving in my life in some major ways lately. It is so amazing to look back through these articles, scribblings, and wanderings and realize how significant this past year has been and how far God has brought me. Continue reading “One Year Anniversary!”
He calls out to me. What he says is disturbing. My lips quiver and my clammy hands grip together. The wieght that seems to be at my chest and the sobs that echo in my lungs are a small depiction of the sadness and fear within my heart. Continue reading “He Calls”
Hard things come in life. This week I have been continuously reminded of my past. Four pretty major things popped up and tried to scare me. My past sin by Satan and my past joy and growth by God. There were several things that happened that could have easily taken me down. Continue reading “God’s Sense of Humor (Camp Devo’s #4)”
Living in a Christian community like a camp can be difficult. With Jesus as our savior, it really shouldn’t be. However, sin all too often gets in the way. I have been blessed with an amazing group of believers. Here are some ways to make sure we are working together and not hindering each other while serving the Lord together. This list is almost more for me than for you, but I thought I would share!