Posts Tagged ‘doubt’

What to Do When You Need God but Cannot Find Him

What is it like to be in the desert and to feel like God has abandoned you? Katherine Wolf knows exactly how that feels. After being paralyzed by a brain stem stroke and almost losing her life, Katherine and her husband were left with so many questions. Is it a  mistake that I’m still here? Has God abandoned me? In the years that followed her brain rupture, Katherine explains that her questions were slowly replaced… … Continue reading

Hannah Kerr Tells How She Is Overcoming Fear And Doubt

Hannah Kerr joins me on Episode 34 of the More Than The Music Podcast to give a behind-the-scenes look at her album, “Overflow.” Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Hannah shares how her song “I Stand Here” is about overcoming fear and planning for peace. Fear is something that I deal with so much in my life as an artist. I mean, I never thought I would be an artist and… … Continue reading

When It’s Not How You Planned It

“This is not how I planned it” Have you ever said that about your life? Have you ever said that about the direction that something you anticipated going in changed? You had a different idea in mind. Life played out differently than you had dreamt. Life played out differently than you had hoped. That situation played out differently than you prayed for. I was talking with someone this week who sheepishly admitted that this wasn’t… … Continue reading

What Do I Do When My Plans Don’t Work Out?

“What do I do now?” For a lot of us, it’s a question that marks more than a moment — it marks a season. We find ourselves in a place we never meant to be in, a place that looks completely different from what we’d planned for our lives. And we don’t know what to do. Sometimes that means you’re single and you thought you’d be married by now. Sometimes it means you thought you’d… … Continue reading

For When You Feel Invisible

I didn’t know my insecure feelings were so close to the surface when I looked out of my kitchen window the other day and saw the cardinals. The red birds were sitting on a spindly pasture branch and going about their business. They were working and picking at the seeds from the dried weed heads creating a rhythm. Suddenly feelings of invisibility came to mind. Momma cardinals like to be hidden to protect their young… … Continue reading

When It’s Not How You Planned It

“This is not how I planned it” Have you ever said that about your life? Have you ever said that about the direction that something you anticipated going in changed? You had a different idea in mind. Life played out differently than you had dreamt. Life played out differently than you had hoped. That situation played out differently than you prayed for. I was talking with someone this week who sheepishly admitted that this wasn’t… … Continue reading

For When You Feel Invisible

I didn’t know my insecure feelings were so close to the surface when I looked out of my kitchen window the other day and saw the cardinals. The red birds were sitting on a spindly pasture branch and going about their business. They were working and picking at the seeds from the dried weed heads creating a rhythm. Suddenly feelings of invisibility came to mind. Momma cardinals like to be hidden to protect their young… … Continue reading

Should I Worry About My Faith When I Start Doubting? #WBSG2015

Read (from the New Living Translation) Luke 7:18-19 18The disciples of John the Baptist told John about everything Jesus was doing. So John called for two of his disciples, 19 and he sent them to the Lord to ask him, “Are you the Messiah we’ve been expecting,[b] or should we keep looking for someone else?” (read the whole story – Luke 7:18-35) Go Deep The death of a child. The suffering of the innocent. Roadblock… … Continue reading

4 Things You Need to Remember When God Makes You Wait

You’re about to take a leap into the next phase of life. You have a beautiful plan, dreams you can’t shake, and people backing you. The big moment comes and… Nothing happens. This was me the month after I graduated college. I had done everything “right.” Good grades, great resume, friendships and connections in my chosen field, etc. Even so, internships fell through at the last minute. Employers who praised me in the interview brushed… … Continue reading