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Jesus Block Print Process / New Shop Update

Hi everybody!

A couple weeks ago, I announced I will be opening a new shop on March 8, 2021 right here on my website. So many of you reached out to share your excitement and encouragements, which truly blessed me – thank you! I actually was super hesitant to make the announcement, because at the time, I was really struggling to figure out how to get my shop built on here and was seriously doubting if I’d be able to make it happen. It took three days of learning before I made any visible progress, but I’m happy to say nearly all my existing products are loaded to the new shop! Praise God!!

Now that I’ve started figuring out the technical side of things, the website building part of it has gotten a bit more fun. But, the funnest part has been creating new products! Above is a video of my new Jesus block print, which will be available in black or blue ink as an 8×10″ print. I already have this one hanging in my office and I love the modern touch it adds to my space. A handful of my new products were inspired by mid-century modern graphic design and I’m so excited to add this type of work to my collection. It’s been super fun experimenting with different ways to create pieces that point us back to God and His Word.

Stay tuned for more updates and previews of what’s to come! I’m grateful for a community of people who are excited right along with me. 🖤 Your enthusiasm is great motivation, so thank you so much for your love and support!

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John 14:6 | Christianity vs. Universalism

“Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” -John 14:6 ESV

Jesus Himself clearly tells us that He is the way – the way of truth, the way to eternal life, and the way we come to God the Father. Without faith in Christ, we are separated from God.

This verse takes me back to a time when I was a senior in high school, before I put my faith in Christ, I was attending a Q&A session where students could ask faith leaders tough questions. One of the questions asked was, “As Christians, what do we say to our friends of other faiths?” A woman I really looked up to at the time responded, “We encourage them to be the best follower of whatever religion they belong to.” I don’t remember her exact words as she expanded on her answer, but the clear idea was that no matter what we believe in, if we follow that faith wholeheartedly, it honors the one true God the same and all leads to heaven.

I remember sitting in the group feeling conflicted. On one hand, this would make my life a whole lot easier. If faith ever came up with friends and there were conflicting beliefs, I didn’t have to have an awkward conversation or evangelize. But on the other hand, I wondered, then what was the point of Jesus dying for our sins if all faiths lead to heaven?

This idea that all roads lead to the same God and/or heaven is called universalism. It’s a super common belief in our culture and, sadly, even in many churches. On the surface, it may seem like the most loving belief. If all faiths lead to the same god, then we don’t have to have tough conversations, hurt anyone’s feelings, or make anyone uncomfortable. It’s the “you do you” mentality and the idea that one faith doesn’t suit all people for all time.

But, if we dive deeper into this belief, we start to see it crumble. If God doesn’t care if you worship Jesus, then why would He send Him? Out of His great love, God the Father sent His only Son to die on a cross for the forgiveness of our sins and be raised from the dead so we could be declared righteous in His sight and promised eternal life. God sent His perfect Son to die the most gruesome, torturous, completely undeserved death for utterly unworthy sinners. Why would God go through all that if He was indifferent to what we believed in?

If universalism were true, it would make Christ’s sacrifice meaningless. It wouldn’t have been necessary at all, but we read throughout Scripture that it was necessary from the very beginning. The human connection to God was broken in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve took the bite of the forbidden fruit. It was Adam’s sin that led to condemnation for us all, but it was also through one Man’s righteous act that many will be made righteous.

“Therefore, as one trespass led to condemnation for all men, so one act of righteousness leads to justification and life for all men. For as by the one man’s disobedience the many were made sinners, so by the one man’s obedience the many will be made righteous.” -Romans 5:18-19 ESV (emphasis added)

“But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved— and raised us up with him and seated us with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus, […] For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” -Ephesians 2:4-6 & 8-9 ESV (emphasis added)

God clearly states, many times in His Word, that there is only one way to Himself – one way to salvation, one way to forgiveness of sin, one way to eternal life in heaven, one way that is true. Universalism contradicts what God Himself has said for thousands of years. He does not change, nor does He contradict Himself. Universalism is a works-based mentality that is also contrary to Scripture. It’s the idea that if we just live as good people, doing good works, faithful to whatever god we believe in, that will be enough. It is by the grace of Jesus Christ alone, through faith in Jesus Christ alone that we are saved, not by works. It’s entirely a gift from God! And while universalism seems like the most open-minded belief, it is actually completely closed-minded to the almighty power of God – that He truly came to save people of all walks of life (Galatians 3:28) and has complete power to do so through one man – Jesus Christ!

Almost two years after that Q&A session, I came to faith in Christ and quickly learned that universalism and Christianity cannot coexist. Universalism embraces the world and its ever-changing ideologies and religions, true Christian faith embraces the one true God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We can either choose to believe in Him or not, but what is true will always remain: Faith in Jesus is the only way. Jesus + nothing = salvation. 🖤


Response

If you have already placed your faith in Christ, reflect on God’s goodness today and praise Him for all He has done for you!

If you have not put your faith in Christ, you can do so right now! Make this prayer your own today and continue praying to Jesus and studying the Bible each day. He loves you and wants a relationship with you!

Jesus, I believe You are God. You are the only way, the truth and the life. I confess that I am a sinner and that there are no works I can do to become right with you. I believe you died on the cross in my place and rose from the dead so that my sins would be forgiven in full – so that I could experience new life in You. Thank You for loving me and for this undeserved gift of grace! I am ready to turn from my old beliefs and sinful ways of living to follow you with my whole heart, mind, soul, and strength. Continue to grow my trust in You and show me how to walk in Your ways for the rest of my life. Amen.

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My feelings are not God.

“My feelings are not God. God is God. My feelings do not define truth. God’s Word defines truth. My feelings are echoes and responses to what my mind perceives. And sometimes – many times – my feelings are out of sync with the truth. When that happens – and it happens every day in some measure – I try not to bend the truth to justify my imperfect feelings, but rather, I plead with God: Purify my perceptions of your truth and transform my feelings so that they are in sync with the truth.” -John Piper

I came across this quote recently on Pinterest and it spoke to me personally, but I also believe it’s such an important word for the times we’re living in.

In the second half of Isaiah 45:19, God says, “I the LORD speak the truth; I declare what is right.” We can trust God’s complete written Word. He speaks through His Word with intent, which means His Word was not made for us to read our own interpretation into based on our feelings. He had specific purposes in all He said and wants to communicate with us and it’s through the power of the Spirit and diligent study of the Bible with a reliable translation that we learn God’s original intent. (I mention reliable translation, because sadly not all translations are reliable. Stick to word-for-word translations like the ESV and NASB.) It also can be helpful to invest in a good study Bible. My favorites are the ESV Study Bible and The ESV Keyword Study Bible, which gives you the ability to reference key words in the original Hebrew and Greek.

A good Bible is our foundation in learning to interpret God’s Word accurately, and of course, it is by the power of the Holy Spirit that we are able to understand what His Word says. But, we are also called to learn about Him in community. Belonging to a church that preaches directly from the Bible and studying the Bible with other women has been huge in my personal growth and I know it is because that is God’s design for the church!

I mention all of this, because it’s in knowing God and what He has spoken through the Bible that we are able to see when our feelings are out of sync with the truth. Without the Word of God grounding us, we are much more easily tempted to bend the truth to align with our feelings, instead of comparing our feelings to what is true. It’s in understanding what God says in His Word and trusting what He says is true that we are able to tell if our feelings are accurate perceptions of the world around us.

We hear phrases like, “Your feelings are valid,” and “Do what makes you happy,” or “Speak your truth,” all the time in our culture. Our feelings are very real, but are they always valid? I think about when I was a young girl and would I’d get mad at my sisters for stealing something of mine, but I’d later find I just misplaced it. Were those feelings really valid? What if what makes us happy is actually harming us? Even good things can become idols and unhealthy obsessions. And what if our perceptions of truth are merely things we learned from life’s experiences, but aren’t grounded in anything beyond our own understanding? God says in Proverbs 3:5 ESV, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding.” (Emphasis added).

We must be grounded in God’s Word to be able to perceive our feelings and what’s happening in the world around us accurately. When was the last time you prayed for godly wisdom? For God to transform your feelings to align them to what He says is true? These can be hard questions, but they are essential to our growth. It is typically so much easier to see these pitfalls in others, so ask God to reveal your own blindspots.

Here’s a prayer to you can make your own today:

Heavenly Father, You are good and Your Word is true. I confess (insert your sins, shortcomings, struggles, etc). I am grateful for Your patience with me when I mess up. Thank You for (insert what He taught you or reminded you of today). Father, I pray You will give me wisdom and align my thoughts to what You say is true. Give me discernment to understand the difference between worldly “wisdom” and true wisdom that comes from You. Reveal my blindspots. Give me a greater hunger for Your Word and fill me with Your Holy Spirit so that I may accurately understand what’s true. (Add any additional requests you have.) In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen.

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Psalm 63:3 | Steadfast

“Because your steadfast love is better than life, my lips will praise you.” -Psalm 63:3 ESV

That word steadfast has been one of my favorite words lately. I’ve reflected on it so many times over the past year during my quiet time meditation. According to dictionary.com, steadfast means to be fixed or firm in a direction or purpose – unwavering. The the word for steadfast in the original Hebrew word is chesed (pronounced kheh’-sed) and it refers to God’s devout loving-kindness, mercy, and faithfulness at the very core of His character and actions.

God is steadfast. Therefore, His love is steadfast – unwavering, faithful, and kind.

Pause for a moment. Can you think of a moment in your life where you experienced God’s loving-kindness and mercy? I can think of several off the top of my head, but ultimately, I think back to the Gospel.

The ultimate display of God’s steadfast love for humanity was the Father, sending His perfect Son to die on behalf of undeserving sinners and be raised from the dead to promise new, eternal life to all who put their faith in Him alone. I think of the kindness displayed through the Holy Spirit who, by His grace, softens our hearts to the Gospel message so we are able to put our faith in Christ. Then, He goes even further in His loving-kindness by making our hearts His dwelling place, sealing us with the promise that He will never leave us nor forsake us.

To fully understand the Gospel, we have to be willing to acknowledge the seriousness of our sin. According to God’s perfect and complete written Word, the righteous and just punishment for sin is hell. Acknowledging this truth can make us very uncomfortable – so uncomfortable, we tend to skip this part when thinking of our own sin or in proclaiming the Gospel to others. But, taking this step is what leads to repentance. In fact, it is the crucial step we must take in order to fully appreciate the magnitude of this beautiful gift of salvation and new life in Christ. When we accept the reality of hell and agree with God that we are sinners in need of a Savior, we are able to understand the Gospel with the proper perspective. He didn’t have to make a way, yet He made a way. He didn’t do it because we deserved it, He did it because His steadfast love is at the very core of His character.

In Christ, we are given new life. All other roads lead to hell. His steadfast love is truly better than anything life apart from Him can offer. And wherever you are in our faith journey, whether you are a new Christian, or you have been following Him for decades, the good news of the Gospel will forever be at the center of our praise and worship.

We never outgrow the power of the Gospel.

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More exciting news to share with you…

I have been dying to share some exciting news with you, but life keeps happening and this announcement just keeps getting pushed out. You ready? How about a little back story first?

About three weeks before Thanksgiving, I decided it was finally time for me to open my own, independent online shop. I started researching e-commerce platforms, even started building a shop. But, then I realized I was way in over my head if I was going to get it all done well before the holiday shopping rush. And, you definitely don’t want to work through new shop hiccups during that time. So, I put it on hold, determining it would be my top priority for 2021.

Then, I got back from my Christmas break and decided, social media just wasn’t for me anymore. I just had to get off for my own sanity and to be obedient to what I felt the Lord was leading me to do. So, getting this website updated and getting my social media followers over here and to a new and improved mailing list became my top priority.

We’re a few weeks into this new change and I’m still figuring out how to continue reaching people outside this community, but I determined I was finally ready to move forward, get to work, get a date on the calendar, and get this new and improved shop launched! So, mark your calendars for March 8th!

I am so excited for this fresh start! As I’ve thought about what I want this new shop to include and convey to my community, it’s these four main changes that come to mind:

  • More handmade and original artwork
    • I have collected quite a few original pieces from my favorite artists and I appreciate their unique details, vibrant colors, value, and what emotions they bring to my heart. I wanted to provide that for my community as well – and the block print in the video above is just one of a handful of original pieces I’ve been working on behind the scenes!
  • More American-made products
    • I don’t have the capacity or resources to create every physical product by hand, so when I need to work with another company to bring a product to life, I am making a commitment to being more intentional about working with other small shops and businesses that manufacture in America. Why? Because I am grateful for this country and there are so many amazing, hardworking people right here to be discovered and supported.
  • More earth-friendly packaging
    • We are called by God to be good stewards of the earth and it just doesn’t sit right with me that running an online shop = a lot of waste. I’ve chosen to invest in better packaging and shipping materials that can be recycled or composted. So please help me by recycling your packages after receiving your orders! 😉
  • A better shopping experience for this community
    • I am so grateful for Etsy and would not be where I am today without that platform, but over the past few years, there have been a lot of changes I haven’t loved, from both a shop owner and customer perspective. I wanted to create a space away from all that so we all can have a better, more peaceful and enjoyable shopping experience centered on, you guessed it, JESUS!

Anyway, stay tuned for more updates as this launch date approaches! Along with this launch will be LOTS of new products I hope to reveal as March 8th approaches!

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Isaiah 26:3

“You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.” -Isaiah 26:3 ESV

My husband encouraged me to meditate on this verse, because lately, I’ve been feeling pretty anxious and fearful about the future.

Meditation is biblical, but there is a way to meditate that’s in line with God’s Word and a way that’s not. No where in the Bible does God command us to empty our minds or repeat mantras in a way that many understand meditation today. What God does say about meditation is found in Psalm 1:2 ESV which says, “but his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night.” In other words, proper, biblical meditation is actively thoughtful. It involves deep reflection on the Word and ways of God and how to apply the truth to our lives. Knowing what the Bible says is one thing, but applying the teachings is where transformation happens.

As I meditate on this verse in that way, the truth that comes to mind is this:

When we put all our trust in Jesus, He will keep us in perfect peace.

Easier said than done! The Lord has been convicting me through recent experiences and a message at church that I have been applying this truth circumstantially (and not very well, I might add) and forgetting that when our eyes are fixed on Jesus, when all of our trust is truly in Him, we experience this perfect peace that surpasses all understanding (Philippians 4:7).

This is not a one-time thing. It’s a constant decision and I’ve been getting that wrong in this area of my walk with the Lord. The best way I can describe it is like how I have been treating some shoulder pain I’ve been having recently. When they hurt, I take a Tylenol or rest on the couch, which provides relief, but I’m not getting to the root of the issue. Why do my shoulders hurt? What could I be doing to adjust my posture or strengthen and loosen my muscles? A lot! It’s the same with this scripture passage. When I’m fearful and anxious, I focus on my breathing, I lie down, I vent (complain), I’ll even say a quick prayer or remember scripture passages like Philippians 4:6 (sadly, oftentimes an afterthought). I’ll find some peace in the moment, but when anxiety hits again, I fumble through this same process. Does that sound like perfect peace?

I’ve been treating this truth like Tylenol. I remember helpful verses in the moment and it provides temporary relief. But what if I take it a step further and make prayer and meditation my first response? And even when the fears and anxiousness subside, what if I continued meditating on the truth that we do not need to fear because God is with us and promises to strengthen us (Isaiah 41:10)? What if I incorporated that into more of my praise and worship and regularly confessed where my trust is weak? Wouldn’t that be a better, wiser approach?

Again, easier said than done. But, I wanted to share these thoughts with you today, because many close to me, including myself, are wrestling with anxiety and fears of all kinds, so I think it’s safe to assume many of you are with us in these struggles. You’re not alone! And I know God intends to grow us through it.

How are you coping with fear and anxiety? Are you trusting God fully? Are you trusting He is faithful to keep His promises? That He will care for you when you bring your anxieties to Him (1 Peter 5:7)? That He will keep you in perfect peace when you submit your thoughts to Him and trust Him fully with everything?

Keep your thoughts fixed on Him. I’ll leave you with one more verse so we can all learn to better apply these truths to our lives at all times and experience His promise of perfect peace:

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you.” -Philippians 4:8-9 ESV

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Ephesians 2:4-5

“But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ – by grace you have been saved” -Ephesians 2:4-5 ESV

Without faith in Christ, we are all dead in our sins. Each and every one of us are children of wrath. BUT GOD, in His great and rich mercy, deeply loves us, because He alone is good. Out of His great love for us, God the Father sent His perfect and only Son to die the death we deserved and be raised from the dead so that we too could be raised to new, eternal life in Christ!

It is by grace alone, through faith in Jesus Christ alone that we become children of God and receive the Holy Spirit, who is the seal and guarantee of our inheritance of eternal life in Christ. When we repent of our sins and accept Jesus’ sacrifice on our behalf – His amazing gift of grace – though we still sin, we are declared “not guilty” in the eyes of our Creator and perfect Judge.

Friends, we will either be children of God or children of wrath. We will either receive mercy or judgment. God is just in both His mercy and judgment. If you have not put your faith in Christ, accept Jesus’ gift of grace. It’s because of His great love that you are offered this gift. It is not based on your perception of how good you are or have been throughout your life. None of us are enough. But, Jesus loves anyway. Run to Him. He is enough.


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Grab Bag Sale Happening Now!

It’s that time again… time for another grab bag sale!

I’m curious to see how this will go now that I’m not on social media, but these babies have always sold out in the first day! What’s included this time:

  • 3 Imperfect prints and/or originals
  • 4 Imperfect enamel pins

If you were to purchase each of these products at full price, it would be upwards of $90, so this is a super great opportunity to get a variety of my products for yourself or to save for gifts if you don’t mind minor imperfections!


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Psalm 9:7

This summer I did an in-depth biblical word study on the word “justice.” You can check out the full study by downloading the free ebooklet “What Does the Bible Say About Justice?” when you sign up for my mailing list. But today, I wanted to focus on the verses that highlight God’s character of justice and a handful of the verses that have encouraged me continually since first doing this study. I hope these verses will encourage you and ground you more deeply in the truth of who God is:


“But the Lord sits enthroned forever; he has established his throne for justice.” -Psalm 9:7 ESV

“For the Lord loves justice; he will not forsake his saints. They are preserved forever, but the children of the wicked shall be cut off.” -Psalm 37:28 ESV

“Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; steadfast love and faithfulness go before you.” -Psalm 89:14 ESV

“But the Lord of hosts is exalted in justice, and the Holy God shows himself holy in righteousness.” -Isaiah 5:16 ESV


These words have and always will remain true. Our day-to-day circumstances do not change who God is. He is unchanging and completely dependable. We know this is true, because He tells us clearly in His Word.

The perfectly just God of the universe who sent His Son to save sinners can be trusted.


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He can be trusted.

Something my Bible study teaching leader once said has been on my mind a lot lately:

“Who He is can be trusted when what He does cannot be understood.”

How is your faith in God right now? Through the trials in our world and in our personal lives, are you being led to seek Him more diligently or are you questioning where God is in all of it? Maybe you’re in serious doubt about God’s goodness and drifting away from him.

I’ve experienced all of the above, so even if your faith is feeling pretty weak at the moment, there is no judgment here. I’ve been there. You’re not alone. I would like to share some truth with you specifically, and to those of you who are remaining strong in your faith, feel free to read on and pass this along to someone you know who needs some lifting up. ❤️


How often are you reflecting on God’s character and promises according to His Word?

Can you think of any at the moment? It might be helpful to search “God’s promises in the Bible” online and to write down the ones that impact you most. I encourage you to focus on His character and promises directly from the Bible. Worship songs, messages from pastors and influencers can be helpful, but the Word of God has power unlike anything or anyone else we might hear from. The Bible alone is God-breathed (2 Timothy 3:16). It’s living, and active (Hebrews 4:12).

Reflect on the verses you found. Do you really trust the promises they contain? Do your thoughts and actions to what’s happening in the world around you reflect belief or unbelief?

I always think back to a time when my husband was really sick and I was genuinely worried for his life. I was in a pit of despair, praying, “God, I know you are sovereign, but what does that even mean for me?” I knew God saw me, He saw Luke, He was with us, and was in control, but I was unable to apply that truth to my life in the moment. I was unable to trust that no matter what happened, God would work all things together for good (as He promises believers in Romans 8:28). I had knowledge, but I was lacking wisdom that enabled me to trust fully and find peace.

I’ve since learned that the Holy Spirit equips us for this kind of faith. God commands us in Ephesians 5:18 to be filled with the Spirit and in 1 John 5:14-15 He tells us we can be confident that whatever we ask in Jesus’ name, we not only know that He hears us but that we already have what we request of Him. (When I first learned this, it blew my mind. Anyone else??) When we humble ourselves before God in prayer and genuinely ask for His help to follow what He commands, this is always an example of what it looks like to pray in Jesus’ name, because we are praying within the will of God. God answers us because He is good and is faithful to His promises.

Pray that God would fill you with His Spirit and know the prayer is answered. Ask that by the power of His Spirit, you will truly believe in who He says He is and all He promises. Ask that it would change your life!

The God who gave up His only Son so that you could have eternal life can be trusted. Repent of your sins, give up control, and put your faith in Him. Receive the Holy Spirit as the mark of faith and experience the fullness of the Spirit over and over, continuing to grow in trust and obedience.

There’s a lot we experience in this life that doesn’t make sense, but who He is and all He promises in His Word can be trusted when what He does cannot be understood. His Spirit equips us to trust that promise fully. Whether things in life go the way we hope they will or not, God is always good, always loving, and perfect in all His ways. ❤️


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