My word for 2021 is "Grace." This has been my best "one word" year ever because, well... it's grace. I don't have to do a whole lot with it. Such is the nature of grace. This is my year to just be. I suppose I could have chosen "be" for my one word but it… Continue reading Six Weeks into “Grace”
One of the ways we love our neighbors at ShineTYC Lifestyle is by sharing books, TV, movies, and products that have a positive affect on our lives. I read a lot of books and I review hundreds of products each year for various companies. However, I only share the ones I really love on ShineTYC.com… Continue reading My Experience with Jordan Raynor’s MASTER OF ONE
For a deeper exploration of this content, subscribe to this week's devotional newsletter. I'm all about conflict that produces positive results. If the process gets contentious, I'm okay with that. In my humble opinion, the end always justifies the means. It's the part of my identity that took a while to accept. Once I discovered… Continue reading 5 Identity Tools: Know Who You Are and Believe It
It can be difficult and frustrating to navigate our faith while being a part of a family where everyone is not on the same page of the Bible or maybe they're not in the book at all. In John 7 Jesus' brothers encourage him to go to Judea to the Jewish Festival. They told him to perform… Continue reading Stick to the Plan
It happened on a wonderful trip with my girlfriends to the red rock mountains of Sedona. Gathered in a circle at Cathedral Rock, we prayed hand in hand when a skin penetrating predator struck my heel. I shook my foot a bit to take the sting away and kept praying. The next morning I sat… Continue reading Bruised Heels and All
"Obviously, I’m not trying to win the approval of people, but of God. If pleasing people were my goal, I would not be Christ’s servant." - Galatians 1:10 Obviously! Paul is pretty direct in his message to those foolish Galatians. His goal is to do the will of God, regardless of what people think. That… Continue reading Follow the Little Voice, Not the Loud One
Kamryn Adams explores figs and faith. Are you making excuses not to produce?