In April of 2016, through devastation, my life changed. I no longer thought I wasn’t good enough, that I wasn’t worthy, that I wasn’t deserving, and that I wasn’t loved. Instead, a shift occurred that reconciled my past and changed the trajectory of my future. I am worthy I am deserving I am loved One… Continue reading Who am I?
Golf…..fun, frustrating, but mostly fun. 🙂 My father was an avid golfer. i remember him going on Saturday morning with his friends and coming back with great stories form the day. I unfortunately never had the opportunity to golf with him growing up and when he passed away in 1993, I began the process of… Continue reading Are you in?? Donate now!!!!! #community #RyanBeingRyan
I took out time to read this morning and in my reading, I was challenged to take out my notes, set a timer for 10 minutes, ask the question, “Where are you, God?”, and then record what I hear. Below is that note and what I heard: Where are you, God? • I’m in your… Continue reading Where are you, God?
Does it ever feel like no one else comprehends what you’re experiencing? All things considered, you may feel that path, yet there is somebody who dependably gets it. Furthermore, that somebody is God. That is the reason behind evangelist Jon Weece’s new book Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands. Regardless of what battles are… Continue reading Me Too #bookreview
Tired of hearing people just give you cookie cutter, flannelgraph answers to mysteries that are larger than we, as humans, can truly comprehend? Then Chad Veach has a book for you. Reeling from his own pain and finding comfort in some ancient promises, Veach writes a tale of seeking contentment in the midst of devastation.… Continue reading Unreasonable Hope by @chadcveach #bookreview
Sitting alone (well, other than the hustle and bustle of strangers around me) in a Starbucks sipping a vanilla sweet cream cold brew and pondering what it means to truly live. In my headphones, a playlist called The Wild Letters Playlist Vol. 2. The song? Taken by Young Summer. I happen along a certain website every… Continue reading Have you checked out @thewildletters yet? @yarby and @iamsamwhite get it
The road to recovery looks very different for everyone. But either way you see it, the main step is the first one. I would recommend that the CR Devotional become that companion to your first step. The Celebrate Recovery Devotional is various unique brief readings, planned as an every day support and consolation for millions who… Continue reading Celebrate Recovery Devotional – #bookreview