Remembering God

Written by Heather Broughman David wrote the Psalms as an act of worship but also as a way of recording the acts of God and his history with him. Remind himself of what the Lord had done in times past so that he could look back and say if God did this before then surelyContinue reading “Remembering God”

Moving in Faith

Written by Heather Broughman Moving in faith sometimes feels risky. I remember being at a conference a couple of years ago, and as I waited for the session to start I was scanning the room just looking to see if I knew anybody. As I was scanning, I felt like the Lord highlighted this ladyContinue reading “Moving in Faith”

Trusting God’s Wisdom

Written by Heather Broughman Something struck me as I read the book of Job recently. In all the times I’ve read Job’s story, I’m not sure that it ever really occurred to me that Job didn’t know about the conversations between God and Satan. Think about it, God had these conversations with the enemy whereContinue reading “Trusting God’s Wisdom”

The Road Back Home

Written by Sarah Thomas Have you heard of the song called, Take me home, country roads? John Denver sings the lyrics, “country roads, take me home to the place where I belong.” This lyric reminds me of the invitation that God extends to both you and me. The invitation to “come home” to Him whenContinue reading “The Road Back Home”


Photograph by Lexi Samples Lexi Samples is a precious friend whose creativity and heart for Jesus are inspiring! Lexi is a recent MTSU grad with a major in photography and minor in journalism. She is passionate about seeing freedom in people’s lives through the vehicle of art. Her dream is to use art in theContinue reading “Untitled”

No Hugging Porcupines

Written by Heather Broughman Why do we sometimes hold onto things that cause us pain? Our fears, our failures, unforgiveness, or even false statements about ourselves. It reminds me of this silly little skit I saw at a youth event once.  Our group was divided into teams and given instructions to come up with aContinue reading “No Hugging Porcupines”

A Letter To Perfectionism

Written by Heather Broughman Dear perfectionism,  You are not a friend to me. In fact, in many ways you are my enemy.  You and your unrealistic demands, telling me that anything short of flawless is unacceptable and considered failure. Your nagging voice makes me second guess myself. I waste hours and hours trying to meetContinue reading “A Letter To Perfectionism”

Perspective + Filters

Written by Heather Broughman PERSPECTIVE:: Perspective + Filters matter.  As I was spending time with the Lord, I felt impressed to take some photos. One object, different filters, different angles. It is amazing how perspective and filters can change what we see. In the series of photos above you can see what I mean. EachContinue reading “Perspective + Filters”

Who Told You That?

Written by Heather Broughman Who told you that? That you’re too much, that you’re not enough, that you will never measure up? Who said that? That your value is tied to how good you are, to what you do, to how much you achieve? Who whispered that? That your dreams are too big, that youContinue reading “Who Told You That?”

Small Beginnings

By Heather Broughman “Do not despise the day of small beginning, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin,” Zechariah 4:10. This is a part of a message that an angel spoke concerning Zerubbabel, an important leader from the tribe of Judah and a descendant of David. He was tasked with rebuilding the JewishContinue reading “Small Beginnings”