I’m starting to understand that the reason I struggle with spending time with God is because I want the next thing I read to be perfect. I want it to be a puzzle-piece passage or chapter or devotional, so that it fits perfectly with whatever I’m going through.
I think one of the single most frustrating things that comes along with identifying as a Christian today is the ugly, six-letter word that all too often gets assigned to my values and biblical worldview: narrow.
There is no "right" way to disciple someone. But some things are helpful. One of the most helpful things you can do if you are engaged in a discipleship relationship is to have a plan. Here's a great one.
That afternoon, God planted a seed in me that he would use to shape the rest of my summer and I hope my senior year of college. He put one word on my heart that had not previously been on my radar: fellowship.
The following tools are just a few of the savvy apps, websites, and podcasts that have helped me to lean into the technology-driven culture in a way that grows my faith rather than distancing me from it.