This is one of God’s stories. A story of going from victim to victor. A story about a woman named Tina. Laced within the stanzas to follow are pockets of His grace, pockets of His glory. We’ll see how He is the shelter in which we find our refuge. He is the pocket desiring to hold the world.
In Anthony’s house church, he found a loving family who cared about him and for him. In their love, he saw the pure love of Christ, and it began a work in his heart.
“When we mess life up, God reconciles us back and then gives us what we need to disciple others.”
I have Jesus in my corner giving me the hope that even my biggest struggle isn’t as big as the hands which now hold me.
The art of storytelling is sometimes thought to be reserved for masters of the craft, both old and new. We rely on Steven Spielberg for those highly anticipated summer blockbusters, and look to writers of the past such as J.R.R. Tolkien or C.S. Lewis to meet our needs for allegory and fantasy. We love stories. But do we give all the credit for stories to the author of life itself? Do we… Read More