On bed rest, I couldn’t do anything—except care for one thing. I could care for the baby in my womb. That was it. To get anything else done meant others had to do it for me.Read More
I get the struggle, but Hollis offers zero hope.
Thus, as someone who understands this temptation to strive, I want to guard the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ—my Savior—and I want to offer the same hope which enabled me to find freedom in my perfectionism.Read More
Being incredibly thankful to finally be off bed rest, I thought nothing could knock me down. Newborn baby snuggles and big sister giggles filled my days. Three hours of sleep at night didn't bother me at the time. Anything proved better than bed rest--being separated from my toddler and worrying about the baby in my womb who risked at coming early.Read More
So our human desire for perfection is good and reflects our perfect God. But our struggle comes when we seek perfection in the wrong places. Are we seeking it in this world—in our career, in our home, as a spouse or parent? Or are we seeking perfection in heavenly things? What is the place of perfection in the Christian life?Read More
To live a life that seeks to evangelize, we must recognize we are weak, inadequate, and unable to orchestrate the ideal scenario. We can’t change anyone’s heart either. The strength of Christ helps us obey when life seems chaotic, and God’s word—not our own—holds the power to save souls.Read More